What's covered?

Have you ever wondered how and why human society is like it is? This course will introduce you to the theoretical frameworks used to examine our social institutions.

What do you need?

Applicants require a minimum of five GCSEs at grade 4 or above including English Language.

How you are assessed

The course is delivered through classroom-based activities such as lectures and seminars. Independent student study is also required.

How Long?

AS Level one year/A2 level a further year.

What course next?

Achievement of grade D or above at AS Level leads to a further year of study at A2. The full A level is an excellent foundation for a humanities degree. It is also valued by employers.

What could this lead to?

Degree courses, careers in teaching, social work, nursing and other caring professions

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Many students are entitled to a reduction in tuition fees on many of our courses, which can dramatically reduce the overall cost of the course. More information can be found on our course fee reductions page. Financial support, loans and instalment plans are also available to eligible students.

Contact us on 01753 793288 to check whether you might be eligible for a reduced fee.

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