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Hi, what is psychology like at university? I currently want to do psychology and pharmacology at university. Thank you.
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I don't think you can do those together?
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Can I not do a joint hons?
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Combining those is highly unlikely.
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Because I want to then do a masters in psychopharmacology and clinical psychology and then a PhD in on of them. I've heard it is possible to do 2 masters or degreen at the same time
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Who does a masters in psychopharmacology? And no one would recommend two at the same time.
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Why would you advise against doing a masters in psychopharmacology?
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Why would you advise against doing a masters in psychopharmacology?
I didn't.
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Are you doing this cuz it sounds fancy or what
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I thought the "who does a masters in psychopharmacology?" Meant that it's pointless, that's all. I just find the mind interesting and how drugs affect it
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I thought the "who does a masters in psychopharmacology?" Meant that it's pointless, that's all. I just find the mind interesting and how drugs affect it
No, it meant what universities.
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I'm pretty sure Oxford do it. If I can't do a masters in psychopharmacology, then couldn't I just do it as a PhD? What elsee would you recommend in order to do both psychology and pharmacology?
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I'm pretty sure Oxford do it. If I can't do a masters in psychopharmacology, then couldn't I just do it as a PhD? What elsee would you recommend in order to do both psychology and pharmacology?
Do which ever one at UG and then again at masters. Doing psychology at UG is fine for entry into pharmacology, Oxford only offer that course.
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I'm pretty sure Oxford do it. If I can't do a masters in psychopharmacology, then couldn't I just do it as a PhD? What elsee would you recommend in order to do both psychology and pharmacology?
Maybe ask the university.
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Alright, thanks for your help. I really appreciate it
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You can take psychopharmacology on your third year (if you’re going to study psychology).Psychology is fine tbh. It’s quite interesting too
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Can I not do a masters in psychopharmacology alone? I want to do a masters in clinical psychology and psychopharmacology, is that not possible?
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Can I not do a masters in psychopharmacology alone? I want to do a masters in clinical psychology and psychopharmacology, is that not possible?
Not sure but I wouldn’t stress myself that much. Doing one masters degree is hard
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I know but it's something that I'm really passionate about
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