Sociology

Sociology

Whilst Sociology is not classed as a Russell Group facilitating subject, it does provide a great starting point for a wide range of social science areas; from Economics, Psychology, and Politics to Criminology and Philosophy.

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Course Description.

Focusing on culture and identity, A-Level Sociology investigates some of today’s most challenging social issues. Whether studying the role of education, the power of government policy or the rehabilitation of criminals, students will gain a deeper understanding of the key issues that affect our societies, whilst also developing the critical thinking skills required to analyse and interpret information in the world around them.

Sociology is widely accepted by universities for admission onto degrees in areas such as Psychology, Criminology, Education and Health and Social Care (amongst many others).

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