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Ive always wanted to go into forensic psychology but i also have a love for fashion and photography and idk what to do, i want two separate degrees but idk if i want to study for that long for 2 completely different subjects, is it even possible?? i mean what university would have both courses?!
anyways there's an undergraduate course ate UAL for psychology in fashion but idk what i could do with that in the future.. pls help!
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Ive always wanted to go into forensic psychology but i also have a love for fashion and photography and idk what to do, i want two separate degrees but idk if i want to study for that long for 2 completely different subjects, is it even possible?? i mean what university would have both courses?!
anyways there's an undergraduate course ate UAL for psychology in fashion but idk what i could do with that in the future.. pls help!
Two very different subjects. Maybe you could do one as a course, and do another one in your spare time. Forensic psychology would make more sense to do as an actual course and maybe fashion and photography in your spare time. Ultimately, you will know whats best for yourself.
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Ive always wanted to go into forensic psychology but i also have a love for fashion and photography and idk what to do, i want two separate degrees but idk if i want to study for that long for 2 completely different subjects, is it even possible?? i mean what university would have both courses?!
anyways there's an undergraduate course ate UAL for psychology in fashion but idk what i could do with that in the future.. pls help!
look it's your life, but if I'm, to be frank, you should pursue forensic psychology for a career. Sure you may have a love for art and photography, I can't blame you so do I (ac.techie on insta shameless plug I know) but you can always pursue it as a hobby. There are plenty of online courses for fashion and photography, I personally suggest skillshare. hopefully this was helpful, if not I'm really sorry
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look it's your life, but if I'm, to be frank, you should pursue forensic psychology for a career. Sure you may have a love for art and photography, I can't blame you so do I (ac.techie on insta shameless plug I know) but you can always pursue it as a hobby. There are plenty of online courses for fashion and photography, I personally suggest skillshare. hopefully this was helpful, if not I'm really sorry
LMAOO no this was acc pretty helpful tysmm, ill check out ur ig loll
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Two very different subjects. Maybe you could do one as a course, and do another one in your spare time. Forensic psychology would make more sense to do as an actual course and maybe fashion and photography in your spare time. Ultimately, you will know whats best for yourself.
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Hm, I would actually argue that if you’re undecided, doing art first and a conversion to psychology afterwards is the better order to do them in. There are no conversion courses to art but there are plenty for psychology. You can do a whole psychology degree for £5k or so at postgraduate level if you choose the right course and you can do this with any degree. Starting an art/photography degree from scratch, however, would cost you far more than that.
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Hm, I would actually argue that if you’re undecided, doing art first and a conversion to psychology afterwards is the better order to do them in. There are no conversion courses to art but there are plenty for psychology. You can do a whole psychology degree for £5k or so at postgraduate level if you choose the right course and you can do this with any degree. Starting an art/photography degree from scratch, however, would cost you far more than that.
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Fashion Psychology at UAL https://www.arts.ac.uk/subjects/busi...of-fashion-lcf

An easy to read explanation of the Fashion Industry and the different job roles : https://www.futurelearn.com/info/blo...hion-industry?
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Fashion Psychology at UAL https://www.arts.ac.uk/subjects/busi...of-fashion-lcf

An easy to read explanation of the Fashion Industry and the different job roles : https://www.futurelearn.com/info/blo...hion-industry?
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