This course will provide you with a wide range of knowledge, skills and experience that will help you prepare for higher education.
During the year long course, you will study units covering.
Changing Beliefs in British Society
Education and Social Inequality
Law of Tort
Non-Fatal Offences Against the Person
Personal Development: Applying for HE
Precedent, Statute and Statutory Interpretation
Social Stratification and Inequality
Sociological Explanations of Crime
Sociology of the Family in Modern Britain
The Jury System
The Origins of Criminology
The Reliability of Evidence
Theories of Crime Causation
This course is a great stepping stone to a university to study a degree in law, legal studies or criminology.
On the course you will develop the knowledge, skills and experience you will need to help you get to university. You will be supported throughout by a personal tutor who will also give you guidance in applying for Higher Education courses.
You will need to have GCSEs in both English and Maths at grade C/4 or above to enrol on this Access to Higher Education programme.
Each unit on the course is assessed individually through a variety of assessment methods. You can achieve pass, merit or distinction for each assessment.
On successful completion of this course you can progress onto a higher education course studying for a degree in a wide range of courses including law, legal studies and criminology.