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If so, what’s involved and what job are you hoping to go into. I’m thinking about doing it at uni next year
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If so, what’s involved and what job are you hoping to go into. I’m thinking about doing it at uni next year
https://www.prospects.ac.uk/careers-...ee/criminology
-> Info on what you can do with a criminology degree.

I'm currently studying a degree in social and political sciences and I'm studying criminology as part of my modules in the social sciences. Put simply, criminology is the study of crime. In the beginning, you're likely to study the origins of crime and learn about what is a crime and cover things like the biological explanations of crime, etc. and different theories and types of crime. Hope this helps.
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https://www.prospects.ac.uk/careers-...ee/criminology
-> Info on what you can do with a criminology degree.

I'm currently studying a degree in social and political sciences and I'm studying criminology as part of my modules in the social sciences. Put simply, criminology is the study of crime. In the beginning, you're likely to study the origins of crime and learn about what is a crime and cover things like the biological explanations of crime, etc. and different theories and types of crime. Hope this helps.
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