Sociology A Level at Northgate High School
AS Level consists of: • Families and Households • Education • Sociological Research Methods
A Level students take AS and then study: • Beliefs in Society • Crime and Deviance • Sociological Theories and Methods
Discussion, debate, group work, individual research, videos, presentations and essay writing. Sociology complements Psychology, Government and Politics, Modern History and Media Studies.
Subject specific entry requirements: GCSE grade C in Sociology, or for students who have not studied Sociology, GCSE grade 4 English Language or English Literature.
A well respected A Level which will help to gain access to a variety of degree courses and professional qualifications. It is particularly useful for those considering a career in teaching, law, media, health, criminology and social research.
How to apply
If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Northgate High School directly.