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Sociology A level at Tresham College of Further and Higher Education

Course description

You will study a wide range of sociological topics including family beliefs, crime and deviance through case studies and research methods.

Entry requirements

5 GCSEs at grade C or above including maths and English and a grade B in either sociology, history or religious education. Entry may be subject to a successful interview.

Assessment

Your final grade will be determined by exams at the end of year 2.

Financial information

You will need a memory stick, a file to organise your notes, pens, paper and text books.

Future opportunities

Higher education leading to careers in the criminal justice system, agencies such as social services, education, youth services, advocacy and research including social science and policy analysis.

How to apply

If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Tresham College of Further and Higher Education directly.

Last updated date: 09 June 2016
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      At the campus we offer a range of full and part time courses in Business and Administration, Computing, Art and Design, Teaching, Performing Arts, Sport, Public Services, Health Care, Child Education, Hairdressing and Beauty.

      The college prides itself on the specialist facilities on offer at the new campus.  For creative study there is a 165-seater performance theatre, dance studio, media suite, ceramics workshop and art rooms. Active learners can take advantage of the multi-use four-court sports hall, fitness suite and forthcoming landscaped sports fields. The hairdressing and beauty salons are also based at the campus.

      Supported Learning Programmes specially created for learners with learning difficulties and disabilities are on offer at the Kettering campus. Students develop the essential social and work skills that build confidence and prepare them for independent living and employment. High level support is provided by skilled and experienced staff in a simulated living area including kitchens, a bathroom and lounge.

      Skills for Life Workshop is available to improve basic Maths and English skills and English classes for speakers of other languages