Sociology AS/A Level at The Commonweal School
Sociology is the study of how society works and how we experience life. Sociology tries to understand patterns of inequality and conflict which are features in nearly all societies. You get to look at real--‐world issues such as education, crime, changes in family relationships and gender roles. Do you enjoy subjects that allow you to discuss and debate topical and controversial issues? Are you naturally inquisitive about the everyday world in which you live? Then sociology is for you.
There is no prior learning required for this course, but you must have achieved a grade B in English and History, Geography or Religious Studies to be considered.
How to apply
If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact The Commonweal School directly.