Why is the study of Sociology important? 


Sociology is the study of society, more precisely, the role of society in constructing civilians and the wider impact of politics, religion and culture on said construction. It also asks questions of society such as, why does poverty exist? What role should the family have in Society? What role should the government have?

  • Course Content and Assessment

    Course Content:

    • Education
    • Methods
    • Culture and Identity
    • Health
    • Families and Household
    • Work, Poverty and Welfare


    • 100% Examination
  • Entry Criteria

    5 GCSEs at 4 or above including English and Mathematics

  • How can Sociology support your future?

    Career Opportunities:

    Students who have studied Sociology have progressed on to the best Universities in the country, obtaining worthwhile degrees and entering the world of employment in a range of vocations.

  • How does the study of Sociology support your study of other subjects?

    Sociology is a course that functions well with any and all subjects in the curriculum. However, it is particularly effective when studied in tandem with subjects such as History, Law, Criminology and English Literature and/or Language.

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