Crime and Society

The Crime and Society Pathway at Career 6 prepares learners for university places in areas such as social work, counselling, criminology, law, psychology as well as a range of related subjects as well as professional higher apprenticeships.

The combination of 3 or 4 A levels in Psychology, Sociology, English literature, Criminology and/or Law will create a programme of study suitable for further study, or work in the future.

A Levels are a two-year programme of study, available in a variety of subjects. You will need to select three or four or you can select two or three A Levels and study these alongside a BTEC qualification in your chosen career path.

Crime and Society Pathway

Psychology
Sociology
English
Law
Politics
Diploma in Criminology

Career Opportunities

Following the Crime and Society pathway could lead you to the following careers:

  • Crime Supervisors
  • Criminal Duty Lawyers
  • Police
  • Counter Fraud Investigator
  • Financial Crime SAS Analyst
  • Public Law / Regulatory Solicitor

and other careers in this sector.

Calculate your average GCSE points score for A Level courses.

For A Level courses you will need ALL of the following:

  1. At least 8 GCSEs including English and maths
  2. An average point score appropriate for your chosen pathway from all your GCSE subjects

Entry requirements: GCSE grade point average overall 5.7

Your average GCSE point score is: