A-Level Sociology aims to develop a critical understanding of society by examining the most important institutions within the social structure. Sociology is a stimulating and relevant subject, offering you the opportunity to develop a range of transferable skills. Sociology is the study of how human society develops and changes and how people interact with one another.
The central aim of the A-Level in Sociology is to examine relationships and inequalities between people and the effects of the social, economic and political influences may have on them.
A-Level Sociology is a linear qualification that follows the AQA specification. Linear means that students will sit all the A-Level exams at the end of their A-Level course.
To study A-Level Sociology you will need to have achieved a C grade in GCSE English Language.
Unit 1: Education with Theory & Methods in the Context of Education
Unit 2: Topics in Sociology: Families & Households & Beliefs in Society
2 Evenings per week 1 Evening in Class, 1 Evening Blended
Successful completion of semester 1, will lead to enrolment onto semester 2 to complete the A2 element of this qualification.
Studying A-Level Sociology opens up a range of careers including social work, nursing, market research, housing management, journalism, police and criminal justice.
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