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Citizenship AS

  • Course Level: AS Level
  • Qualification: AS
  • Awarded By: AQA

Introduction to course

2 years, assessed by course work and exams

Are you interested in learning about your rights and responsibilities - as a world citizen as well as in your own country? Want to know more about ethical trading, or human rights in Africa? This course will give you a greater appreciation of your role in local and global society. You'll study fascinating topics such as identity, rights, responsibilities, power, justice, global issues and making a difference. The course also covers many areas of Criminology, making this an excellent choice if you're interested in this field.

Course Details

You will also learn about world issues and what it means to be a global citizen. This course aims to give you a greater appreciation of your role in local and global society. In your AS year you will study Identity, Rights, Responsibilities, Democracy, Active Citizenship and Participation. In your A2 year you will study Power, Justice, Global Issues and Making a Difference. In this we cover human rights globally and and specialise in human rights in East Africa. We also look at ethical trading and we specialise in the Caribbean region.

 

We also cover many areas of Criminology, making this an excellent choice for students interested in this field.

Entry Requirements

In addition to the standard entry requirements you'll need a GCSE at grade B or above in both English Language and another humanities subject.

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This course combines well with

This course combines well with A Level Politics, Law, History, Sociology, English, Geography, World Development and Psychology. Assessment is through a mix of exams and coursework based on an active citizenship task.

Course Assessment

This A Level course is a mixture of Exams and Coursework based on an active citizenship task.  

Course Progression

A Level Citizenship opens the door to the possibility of doing a degree and moving into a career in a wide variety of areas - not just in citizenship but in law, politics, education, health and social care, history and international development.


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