Youth worker, charity fundraiser, probation officer, international aid worker: studying sociology prepares you for working in a range of very different careers. You will look in detail at concepts such as socialisation, culture and identity, and power and stratification.
Unit 1 - The sociology of education and schools
Unit 2 - Educational achievement
Unit 3 - Sociological research methods
Unit 4 - The sociology of families and households
Unit 5 - Childhood gender and demographic change
Unit 6 - Beliefs in society 1
Unit 7 - Beliefs in society 2
Unit 8 - Crime and deviance 1
Unit 9 - Crime and deviance 2
Suitability - Who should attend?
A GCSE or equivalent in English, History or a social science is recommended for this course.
Outcome / Qualification etc.
GCE A Level or equivalent
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