Are you interested in the human mind and the way people work?
Social Sciences allow you to explore this.
Why do people behave the way that they do? What makes you who you are? How do families, education and belief shape identity, and why do people commit crime?
These are all questions that you will study as part of Sociology. If you are a “people person” and fascinated by these questions, come and join us. You will consider the explanations offered by sociologists for the way that people behave and you will look at the research evidence on which these explanations are based. The study of sociology is rich and diverse and can lead to further study in many professional areas, such as Teaching and Childcare, Law, Occupational Therapy, Communications and Social Work.
Assessment is 100% written examination.
You will need to have at least 5 GCSEs including:
- 1 GCSE English Language grade B / grade 6 (or above) (a high grade 5 may be considered);
- 1 GCSE Mathematics grade C / grade 4 (or above);
- 3 other GCSEs at grade C / grade 4 (or above).
Stratford-upon-Avon College has a wide range of courses available including, A Levels, Vocational, Apprenticeships, Leisure and University Level qualifications.
Our facilities are outstanding and our success rates are increasing year on year.
Join us now to be part of the SUAC experience!
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The Willows North,
Alcester Road, Stratford-upon-Avon,
Warwickshire. CV37 9QR
+44 (0) 1789 266245