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Which is easier: psychology or criminology watch

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    I don’t know which one to choose I’m leaning toward criminology but would love more input
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    Criminology imo
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    Choose the one you think you will enjoy the most and you'll find it easier
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    A friend of mine takes both; she thinks criminology is slightly easier.
    Also, starting-year materials differ in difficulty from uni-to-uni.
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    I'm just finishing my Criminology degree now and I've really enjoyed it. Though you should check each uni's course description because Criminology and Psychology aren't really similar at all to be honest. At the uni I go to Criminology is similar to Sociology but specifically about crime, although I had to take a few Sociology modules as well. It also depends on what you want to do after uni, career wise? They both have pretty different career options so definitely consider that as well. Lastly, don't just pick a course because it's easier, as someone already said, choose the one you'll enjoy the most!
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    Criminology is a lot easier than Psychology imo; currently pursuing a degree in Criminology with Psychology, and although i prefer the psychology aspects, the criminology aspects are a lot easier.
 
 
 
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