When you choose to study an A Level Sociology course with us, you’ll delve into learning more about the role and functions of the education system and the relationships within schools, as well as issues around crime, deviance, social order and social control. When studying topic 2, you’ll have the option to choose between option one which covers topics surrounding culture and identity; families and households; health; and work, poverty and welfare, and option two which includes beliefs in society; global development; the media; and stratification and differentiation.
Depending on the route you wish to take after you have completed your A Level studies, the A Levels we recommend you study alongside this course are A Level Religious Studies, A Level Philosophy, and A Level Politics.
DEGREES THIS SUBJECT COULD LEAD TO
This A Level Sociology is ideal if you’re looking at studying a degree in social sciences, psychology, education, social work, criminology, and human resources to name a few.
FUTURE CAREER OPTIONS
Students may find that the skills and knowledge they have gained during their A Level Sociology studies are helpful if they are considering a career in:
- Social Work
- Business functions such as marketing or human resources.
Fully prepared for A Level Sociology qualification from Edexcel.
There are no specific entry requirements for this course.
Three written exams.
In order to enrol in the course, please contact us.