Coleg Morgannwg

Sociology AS and A2 II

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Typology GCSE
Location (Wales)
  • GCSE
  • (Wales)
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For the AS - You will gain an understanding of the shaping of individual identity and the importance of social behaviour and social structure and the significance of social change and how individuals acquire their culture. In optional

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Parc Nantgarw, CF15 7QX

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What you'll learn on the course

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Sociology

Course programme

Please Note - These fees are for the 2016/17 Academic Year and are subject to change annually. Please note fees are payable for each year of study.


This course will introduce you to points of view on society, learning that there is no absolute right or wrong in sociology because so much of what we investigate is open to interpretation.


By studying Sociology you will learn to think critically and independently about society and your place in it, gain the tools to think for yourself and develop a critical and informed understanding of the world around you. You may even gain knowledge and skills that will help you take control of your life!


You will require 5 GCSEs at Grades A*- C including English Language. You do not need to have studied Sociology at GCSE.


You will be invited to attend an interview, and will undertake an assessment in literacy and numeracy, to establish any support required.


For the AS - You will gain an understanding of the shaping of individual identity and the importance of social behaviour and social structure and the significance of social change and how individuals acquire their culture. In optional topics you will gain a deeper understanding of how structures such as religion and youth/culture affect societies and individuals.


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