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A Level Sociology

Social Sciences

Social Sciences
Social Sciences
We are only accepting one application per candidate.

What will you be working towards?

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Qualification Type GCE A/AS Level or Equivalent
Qualification Level Level 3
Course type Full Time

Overview

“I have really enjoyed A Level Sociology – it is a completely different way of thinking about the world”

Course Overview

Students will study a range of topics which challenge them to understand the way that societies work. This course is ideal for those students who enjoy learning about the world in which they live and how they can

contribute to it. It demands of students the ability to challenge their own understanding of human behaviour

and the issues we face.

 

Details

 

YEAR 1:

Candidates develop a broad knowledge and understanding of the core areas of Sociology through a range of topics chosen for their accessibility and popularity.

Subject content:

Socialisation and culture

Families and Households

Education

 

YEAR 2:
The specification offers a range of topic based options which bring together explanations from different sociological approaches and engage students in issues and debates in sociology.

 

Methods of Sociological Enquiry

Power and Stratification

Crime and Deviance

 

All content will be examined at the end of year 13 through three exams.

Component 1: 2 hours 30 minutes

Component 2: 1 hour 45 minutes

Component 3: 2 hours 30 minutes

 

How will it be delivered?

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Entry requirements

 5 GCSE's at grade 4 or above including Grade 4 in GCSE English Language


 

Your next steps...

Where can this course take me?

Sociology is a highly engaging subject that considers why people behave in the way they do in different aspects of society for examples the family. It is a subject that involves debate and discussion; it enhances analytical skills and can be a stepping stone to a variety of different careers and further education.

 

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