Sociology A Level at The Whitehaven Academy
This programme fosters a critical awareness of contemporary social processes and change, covering the following topics:
- Culture and Identity
- Families and Households
- Work, Poverty and Welfare
- Beliefs in Society
- Global Development
- The Media
- Stratification and Differentiation
5 A*–Cs at GCSE and a B in Geography; though relevant experience, extra-curricular interests, and motivation will be considered.
AS – 2 written examination papers
A2 – 2 written examination papers
A Level Sociology can lead to numerous education and career pathways. Sociology can lead on to university study for a variety of humanities and society based subjects, giving the essential skills of time management and a broader understanding of how society lives and works together.
Sociology can also lead into the world of employment within many different career areas; for example, into the Public Services or business, giving understanding of social structure and how people communicate and interact with each other.
How to apply
If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact The Whitehaven Academy directly.