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I’m currently trying to write out a personal statement which i can use to apply to universities so that I can study forensic computing as a degree.
My problem is that I’m currently in my first year of studying computer science, but i would like to switch courses. I studied a module entitled professional and social aspects of computing which touched on aspects of forensic computing and as soon as the first lecture took place i knew that this is what i wanted to be learning about.
Could anyone give me any advice on how to talk about switching from one course to another within my statement without sounding as though i lack commitment?
Any advice would be appreciated.
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