Criminal Justice & Psychology Pathway
Students study at least three subjects in total. They must pick at least one core subject from the list below:
- English Literature
Students will need to top up their core subjects with at least one complementary subject.
- Applied Science
- English Language
Who is the Criminal Justice & Psychology Pathway for?
This Pathway is for students who are interested in pursuing a career in Law, e.g. Solicitor or Barrister; Civil Service;
Government; Company Secretary; Conveyancer; Paralegal; Police Officer; Probation Officer; Prison
Officer; Youth Worker & Social Worker; Psychologist; Forensic Scientist; Immigration, Customs & Border Roles
- Career related workshops and talks with specialists in their field such as: clinical psychologists; educational psychologists, mental health practitioners; Neuropsychologists; Social workers
- Subject related competitions and activities: Royal Holloway Psychology competition; Be the Psychologist; The Criminal CASE Files club
- Trips to the Wilson Criminology and Policing conference; Pseudoscience conference; Loftus conference; Freud Museum; Bethlem mental health museum; Houses of Parliament trip; British Library workshops
- University masterclasses and conferences; various subject masterclasses with Bath University and conference, English literature seminars and lectures, creative writing seminars and lectures, English language seminars and lectures
- Extended Project Qualification