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Criminology/Psychology Major?

MusINKMusINK Registered User Posts: 6 New Member
edited February 2012 in Education Majors
I plan on majoring in Criminology or Psychology. I want to do both, but they're very similar. What would be more beneficial to a potential career in the FBI? Should I just major Criminology and take as many electives for Psychology as I possibly can? What sort of job opportunities would be available to criminologist?

Maybe major Criminology and minor Forensic Psychology as well as something completely unrelated(undecided as of now).
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