Is there a difference between these degrees?

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benkrupy
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I am very interested in criminal psychology as a career, however when I do research into degrees there are ones for Psychology with Criminology and others for Criminology with Psychology. Is there a difference between these?

My aim in my career eventually is to work on profiling criminals as well as giving expert testimonys in court, etc.
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For psychology with criminology you spend more time doing psychology (75% psych 25% crim). For criminology with psychology it's the opposite, 75% crim 25% psych.
You'd probably be best of doing psychology (75%) with criminology (25%). Or maybe, if you can find one at a university you like, a joint course, so it's 50-50 for both subjects.
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(Original post by remussjhj01)
For psychology with criminology you spend more time doing psychology (75% psych 25% crim). For criminology with psychology it's the opposite, 75% crim 25% psych.
You'd probably be best of doing psychology (75%) with criminology (25%). Or maybe, if you can find one at a university you like, a joint course, so it's 50-50 for both subjects.
Thank you so much!! It's greatly appreciated
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