Can I graduate in criminal law?
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I am in my final year of undergraduate in Biotechnology (bachelors degree). I am confused about my career. I don't want to go into this field or research field.
I basically want to be a lawyer; but now that I have wasted 4 years majoring in Biotechnology which is something that I never wanted in the first place. I don't know what to do. I want to major in criminal justice law.
Do I go for under-graduation again? Or is it too late?
also it is high time that I should probably start earning and get a job. But I don't think I could get a job since every job today requires the knowledge of either computer languages or business or finance.
I want to study criminal psychology or be a criminal justice lawyer. Is there any possibility of getting into a college? I am not eligible enough to attend Masters in law.
Can I get a Masters degree in law after my bachelors in Biotech?
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