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Note - you only need to make one application for A-levels. You can specify the additional A-Levels you wish to study when you fill out the application form

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Level: 3

Location: Joseph Wright Centre

Years: 2

Adult Loan Amount: 1987.00****

Interview: Y

Course Summary

A-level Sociology provides students with the opportunity to gain a deeper understanding of the world.  They are encouraged to reflect on social issues and their own experiences to encompass diverse thinking. Students will acquire critical and analytical skills and will address contemporary issues throughout their studies. 

Entry requirements

You will need at least five GCSEs at grade 4 (C) or above, including English Language at grade 5 (C/B) and Maths at grade 4 (C).

A GCSE in Sociology is not a pre-requisite. However, if you have studied it, a grade 5 (C/B) is required.

A recent school report will be required which demonstrates a committed attitude to learning.

It is assumed that students enrol on a two-year A-level programme of study consisting of three or more subjects. However, students will be expected to demonstrate a committed attitude to learning and make positive progress in their first year of study.

Course Content

  • Culture, socialisation and identity
  • Sociology of the family
  • Researching methods with social inequalities
  • Globalisation and the digital world
  • Crime and deviance

How will I be assessed?

Assessment is 100% by examination. 

Are there any additional costs or specialist equipment required?

No

What can I do after this course?

Sociology is accepted for admission to a wide range of university degree courses in the social sciences.  It is also accepted for training courses in health and social care, personnel management, leisure and tourism, the police, legal professions and similar career areas.

Career prospects include roles such as:

  • Social Scientist
  • Social Services Manager
  • Career Advisor
  • Social Worker
  • Counsellor

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Note - you only need to make one application for A-levels. You can specify the additional A-Levels you wish to study when you fill out the application form

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