Degree with no sociology a level?Watch
Sociology at Exeter : https://www.exeter.ac.uk/undergradua.../sociologybsc/
You'll have to give some convincing reasons for wanting to do Sociology without having done any social science before.
And you will have to delve into some serious examples of areas that interest you to show that this isnt just a passing fancy - look at some Sociology podcasts to get some ideas and get a grounding in this area : https://www.york.ac.uk/sociology/res...dcastsarchive/ as just one example, and do some relevant reading - at the very least get hold of the course guides for A level Sociology so that you can use some examples of areas that interest you
So I’m interested in doing a 3 year bachelors degree in sociology but I do biology, chemistry and and photography. Can I still do sociology 3 year or should I just find something different ?
You say that you are interested in the subject, so you must know some aspects that inspire you. You need to bring these out in your personal statement. This may be reading or personal research that you have done, or work experience (many jobs can be viewed with a sociology perspective).
Remember also that Sociology is a science based subject requiring research, experiments and recording and data analysis - all skills you will have learnt in Chemistry and Biology.
Sociology attracts students from a variety of backgrounds and different perspectives which add to the field of knowledge and benefit other students. Make something of your scientific background. Is there a link between human biochemisty and sociology - at Exeter we offer modules on addiction for example.
If you have a passion for a subject I am sure that this will come through.
Hope that this helps.
Karen - University of Exeter Student Recruitment Team