With a degree in Psychology with Criminology, you will be equipped with skills for a variety of careers. As a scientist, your analytical and problem-solving skills and experience in research will be sought-after by employers. You will be eligible to work in the fields of clinical, professional, educational, occupational, forensic, sports and health psychology.
The criminology aspect of your degree will qualify you to work in local government, the NHS, educational institutions and charities that work with young offenders or victims of crime. You can also work in a range of social welfare posts such as mental health support, drug rehabilitation, housing, victim support and counselling. Graduates have also gone on to successful careers in teaching, the Civil Service, broadcasting and banking.
The University Careers Service are able to provide a wealth of advice, information and guidance to help you prepare for the future, both during your degree and upon graduation. The University of Hull is one of the few universities which do not place a time limit after which careers support is withdrawn.
Many students have also stayed on to study for higher degrees - both Masters and PhD level.