This is an interesting and challenging course where you will study human interaction, social structure and culture. Areas of study include:
- Exploring socialisation, culture and identity
- Families and households
- Education and research methods used by sociologists
- Crime and deviance
- Social inequality
- Applied reseach methods
Updated November 2019
Grade B in GCSE English Language and English Literature. If English Literature was not studied, a grade B in History or Religious Studies will be considered.
Classroom based delivery. Assessment is through external exams, with internal tests and mock exams.
A sociology student will develop the skills appropriate for university and also for a range of careers including:
- social work
- working for major charities