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PSYC at UNSW (1 Viewer)


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Mar 26, 2020
I'm currently doing a Bachelor of Criminology and Criminal Justice but I wanted to change into another course. Not really enjoying the Social Research and Policy side of it which is compulsory and I don't think I can cope through it for the next 3 years.

Was wanting to move into a Bachelor of Psychological Science with a major in CRIM. However, what's the degree of knowledge I need in relation to science and maths for this course. I wasn't very good at both of those subjects in high school. Are the core subjects hard? The Lvl 1 cores seem fine but I've read the outline for the Lvl 2 and Lvl 3 cores and they seem quite difficult.

If not a Bachelor of Psyc, would it be better for me to move into a Bachelor of Arts instead majoring in Criminology?

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