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Sociology AS/A Level at Hazelwick School

Course description

Sociology is a study of the society in which you live; how do people get on in society?  Why are some more successful than otheers?  What changes are taking place?

The A level course looks at many aspects of society including Gender, Culture, Family, Crime & Education. 


Course content

Year 12 - Education, Methods in context, Research methods, Family & Households

Year 13 - Crime & Deviance, Theory & Methods, Beliefs in Society

Entry requirements

Grade B in Sociology (if taken as GCSE) or grade 6 in English Language or English Literature (if not).

You do not need to have studies GCSE Sociology to study the A level.

Future opportunities

Sociology is useful for many different careers and almost any job which deals with people, from marketing to law, from health to education.  It also goes well with other subjects, both arts and science.

How to apply

If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Hazelwick School directly.

Last updated date: 27 November 2017
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