hchadwick
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Hi,
I’ve been looking into Forensic Psychology for years and now it’s coming up to the time where I need to make my decisions on what subjects to choose. I though:
•Psychology
•Criminology
•Sociology
•Philosophy with Human Rights (Just an extra)

My careers advisor thought it would be a good idea to take Psychoanalytic Studies as a Ma but I’m not so sure.
I took Psychology, Sociology, Biology and English Language at A-level.

Thank you for your time.
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When you say subjects to choose from, I guess you mean for a degree? You need to do a psychology undergraduate degree (or conversion course) to be able to apply for the forensic psychology masters/doctorate
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Psychology.
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Any BPS accredited degree, so it can be Psychology, Forensic Psychology, Psychology with Criminology etc.

Check the BPS website to see if a course is accredited.
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