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Sociology A Level

Level 3 - Advanced

Sociology A Level

Sociology is a discipline that makes sense of human behaviour and our own individual experiences, in terms of the networks of social forces & relationships that structure our identity.

Debate, controversy and insight are guaranteed.

The study of Sociology will allow you to develop your intellectual skills; it may even change your mind! You will study topics like the role of values in the formation of culture, how patterns of behaviour regulate social life and the meaning of gender identities and their impact on social behaviour.

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Sutton Coldfield College

09-09-2024

Free*

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Sutton Coldfield College

09-09-2024

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Sutton Coldfield College

09-09-2024

Free*

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Sutton Coldfield College

09-09-2024

Free*

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* Courses are free for 16-18s. Students aged 19 or over could be charged fees and is subject to a fee assessment. Learners on benefits in the majority of cases courses are also free. Fee assessments are completed at enrolment.

Course Length: 34 Weeks

A minimum of 5 GCSEs at grade 4/C or above in academic subjects, including GCSE maths & GCSE English Language.

This two-year course is entirely assessed by written examination at the end of two years of study, covering all content covered over the two years of study.

Sociology is considered as an appropriate subject for access to many different degree courses, particularly in the Social Science and Humanities. The study of Sociology could lead on to careers in Public Relations, Teaching, Local and Central Government, Management and Business, Journalism, Social Work, Probation Service, Youth and Community Work.

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