Sociology at Marlwood School
Sociology is the study of society. It is an exciting subject that looks at how people behave and raises questions about the way society works. It is a subject that is highly relevant to the contemporary world and encourages the development of the skills of analysis, evaluation and critical thinking. After studying Sociology you will never quite think about social issues in the same wayagain - you will have a sociological imagination!A level Sociology is divided into four modules:
- Crime and Deviance with Theory and Methods.
- Beliefs in Society.
- Education with Methods
- Family and Households.
The course requires good reading and competent essay skills. A minimum requirement is 5 GCSE grades A* to C. This should include English preferably at grade B or above.
How to apply
If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Marlwood School directly.