- Price: Only £24.00 Was £299.99
- Course Type: Online Course.
- Duration: 80 hours, recommended hours.
- Syllabus: 10 course modules.
- Tutor Support: Full tutor support included.
- Exams: Yes, exam fees are included.
The Fine Print
- Qualification: Level 3 CPD Award.
- Certificate: PDF Certificate included with course, optional Hard Copies £9.99.
- Access: Unlimited 24/7 access for 12 months, option to extend if needed.
- Compatibility: Desktop, Mac, Laptop, Tablets, Smartphone and Smart Devices.
Online Sociology Course Overview
The Sociology course will cover a comprehensive range of 10 modules, you’ll have 24/7 online access to the study materials, introductory videos, assessment tests, study resources and tutor support for up to 12 months.
Whether you are looking to brighten up your CV, just starting out in the industry, looking for a career change of just fancy learning something new, this online Sociology course is perfect!
What’s more the course is accredited through CPD Certification Service, so upon completion of the course, you’ll receive an industry recognised CPD Level 3 Certificate that you can showcase to any employers, academic institutions or for your portfolio.
The course will help you to develop your skills, confidence and knowledge of this sector, helping to add real value to your CV and personal development.
Getting started on the Sociology course has never been so easy, just click the Buy Now button above to enrol on the course and receive instant access to your studies.
The Sociology Course is split into the following modules:
- Introduction to Sociology
• Sociological imagination
• Personal trouble versus social issues
• Making generalisation
• Understanding life in a global society
• Sociology and critical thinking
• Thinking Sociologically
• The classical perspectives;
• Marxism (Conflict theory)
• Parsons (Action theory)
• Newer perspectives;
• Symbolic Interactionism
- Classical perspectives on families and households
• Marriage, divorce and cohabitation
• Functionalist perspective; Murdock and Parsons
• Criticisms of the Functionalist theories
• Marx perspective; Engels and contemporary Marxism
• Criticisms of Marxist theories
• Symbolic interactionism and the criticisms
- New perspectives on families and households
• Feminist perspectives; Liberal Feminist, Marx Feminist and Radical Feminist
• The New Right
• Late modernism; Giddens and Beck
- The role and influence of Mass Media
• Mass Media
• Limited-effects theory
• Culturalist theory
• Conflict theory
• class-dominant theory
- Crime and Deviance
• Functionalism; Durkheim
• Hirschi’s theory of social control and bond attachment
• Merton’s Strain theory of Deviance
• Marx perspective of crime
• Interactionist and Labelling theory of crime
• Subcultural theories of Deviance; Cohen, Cloward & Ohlin
• Criticisms of subcultural theories; Willis and Matza
- Sociology of Health and Illness
• Genetics, Social mobility and Lifestyle
• Marxism perspective
• Parsons’ perspective
• Foucault’s perspective
• Feminism perspective
- Religion and Sociology
• Durkheim; Sacred and Profane, Totesism and Collective conscience
• Parsons; Values and meanings
• Bellah; Civil Religion
• Levin; Spiritual Gin
• Marx; Religion and Alienation
- Culture and Identity
• High Cultures
• Mass Culture
• Low Culture
• Popular Culture
• Sociological perspectives;
• Functionalism and Global Culture
• Marx and Capitalism
- Gender, Sex and Sexuality
• Difference between Sex and Gender
• Sexual Orientation
• Gender roles
• Gender Identity
• Gender and Socialisation
• Sociological perspectives; Structural Functionalists, Marxism, feminism and Symbolic interactionism
• Sex and Sexuality; Attitudes and Practices
• Sexuality around the World
• Sociological perspectives; Structural Functionalists, Marxism, Symbolic interactionism and Queer theory
- Research Methods
• The steps to creating a research project
• Subjective and Objective knowledge in social research
• The types of data
• Primary research methods
• Ethnographies and Case Studies
• Qualities to think of before conducting research
- Final Assessment
Sociology Course Accreditation
The Level 3 Award Sociology course has been independently accredited and certified by The CPD Certification Service.
On successful completion of this course learners will be awarded with:
Level 3 CPD Award in Sociology
The certificate will show your grade classification awarded and provide proof of your achievements for you to take to any prospective employers or part of your portfolio of evidence.
The CPD Certification is recognised throughout the UK and World as a prestigious certification for continual professional development.
The certificate will be produced in PDF format, optional hard copies of the certificate will be available for an additional fee of £9.99.
Entry Requirements for the Training Course
To enrol on the Sociology course there is no experience or previous qualifications required. The course is available to all students, of all academic backgrounds.
Learners should have a basic understanding of the English language and literacy skills. Essentially, if you can read the information on this course page, you should be more than fine to start the course.
Assessments during the Course
Throughout the Sociology course, students will undergo numerous online assessments to measure how effectively the knowledge is being absorbed.
At the end of each module within the Sociology course, student will take an interactive assessment to assess the knowledge that they have just learnt. This provides a great tracking tool and is useful for reflective learning.
Once all the course modules are complete delegates will take an online final assessment test, which will generate questions contained within the entire course. The final assessment test is fully interactive and will be marked instantaneously, allowing student to know their grade.
If you don’t pass the final assessment first time around, you can take the assessment again as many times as necessary at no extra charge until you pass the course.
When you are studying a course, it is always useful to know that you have the help and support of tutors that want you to succeed in your studies.
As part of the Sociology course you will receive access to our dedicated tutor support service. The academic tutors will be able to provide you with unlimited online email support to help answer any questions that you may have whilst you are studying the course. Our team want you to achieve the best grade possible for your course.
This course is delivered online through eLearning. Learners of the course will receive instant access to our interactive learning portal, which offers 24/7 access to the Sociology course, including all course materials, online assessment tests, study guides, student profiles, academic procedures, student support and much more.
Sociology Course Course Duration
The online Sociology course requires 80 hours to complete the course in full. This is only a guide to the learning hours required and it depends on how quickly an individual can absorb the information. The learning is online so it can be spread out over multiple sessions or done in one session.
Learners will have access to this course for up to 12 months from the date of joining. There is no time limit to complete the course during this period.
Buy and Study with Confidence
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If for any reason, you change your mind about the course within 14 days of purchase, so long as you have not accessed the online course, you can claim a full No Questions Asked Refund.
The Sociology course can be studied online across multiple devices and platforms as the course is fully compatible with Desktop PC’s, Mac’s. Laptops, Tablets, Smartphones and Smart TV devices.
Our Sociology course has been designed so it is fully compatible with the latest technology, meaning you can study your online course across many popular devices. We know that an increasing number of people are using the web on the move, so this course is fully functional across tablets and smartphone devices. You will receive the same great course content, just over a 3G, 4G or 5G connection.
How the Online Course Works
To enrol on the Sociology course couldn’t be simpler:
- Click the ‘Buy Now’ button to begin ordering your course! Pay securely using either a Debit/Credit Card or via PayPal.
- Once your order is placed, you’ll receive instant access to your online course(s) and your login details will be sent via email.
- When you receive these course login details, you can start learning straight away. It’s that simple!
Enroling on the Sociology Course
If you are ready to get started on this online Sociology course, simply click the ‘Buy Now’ button where you follow the steps to complete the order. You will need to enter your enrolments details and complete the payment. Once this is done you will receive instant access to your course(s) and you can start learning straight away.