The A Level consists of three units
Unit 1: Education with Theory and Methods in Context
Research Methods, Education and Application of Methods to Education Research
Unit 2: Topics in Sociology
Families in Households, Beliefs in Society
Unit 3: Crime and Deviance with Theory and Methods
Crime and Deviance, Research Methods, Sociological Theory and Debates
Three written papers - 2 hours each (each paper is 33.3% of the total A Level)
What can you do with an A Level or Degree in Sociology?
Sociology can lead to careers with GCHQ, the Civil Service, Social Services, Teaching, Law and Journalism and various Graduate Training Schemes.
Course Entry Requirements:
GCSE grade 5 in English or GCSE grade 6 in History or Religious Studies if taken