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Heyy, so for my degree I am considering either law or criminology and law (LLB) but I don't know what to choose. Does anyone know how they differ in terms of modules and workload, especially the reading as for law is ridiculous and I was wondering if is the same for criminology and law.
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Heyy, so for my degree I am considering either law or criminology and law (LLB) but I don't know what to choose. Does anyone know how they differ in terms of modules and workload, especially the reading as for law is ridiculous and I was wondering if is the same for criminology and law.
Why not go to your unis of choice and compare the course structure?
Law will have c 12 Law modules.
Criminology with Law will have c 8 or 9 criminology modules and 3 or 4 Law orientated ones. if its with or 6/6 if its a joint degree.
Maybe find out more about whats studied , what interests you and what career you want to do after.
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