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For people who do law with criminology (or law with a different subject), what is your workload like compared to students who do law on its own?
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I didn't do a joint honours but obviously I had friends studying different degrees. Generally speaking, Law degrees have some of the lower contact time with university but the highest independent study workload. I imagine that if you combine it with a degree like criminology then your workload will be slightly lower than just studying law. If you are studying a combined degree but think you might be interested in a career in law then try and undertake a qualifying law degree as this will mean you don't need to complete the GDL afterwards - which can be very expensive. If you do decide that law isn't for you then you can always change your major/minor weighting towards criminology as you progress.
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