Would you love to learn more about the legal system? This A Level Law course will allow you to explore the difference between types of criminal offences, how laws are made, how the legal system are structured, and the theory behind tort law. You’ll also choose between two optional units depending on what interests you the most.
Depending on the career you aspire to, the A Levels we recommend that you study alongside this course are A Level Politics, A Level Philosophy, and A Level Sociology.
Degrees this subject could lead to
Students who complete this course could go to study law at university, as well as other degrees such as business, politics, criminology, or sociology.
Future career options
Beyond university, not only will the skills and knowledge gained during your A Level Law studies be useful in a career as a solicitor, legal secretary, or barrister, but also in areas including law enforcement, business, public services, and human resources.
A Level law via distance learning
This A Level Law course is exactly the same as an A Level you would study at school or college, meaning you will take the same exams and get the same qualification. The only difference is that our courses are designed to be studied from home at your own pace, and you will receive full tutor support via email.
A Level Law qualification from AQA.
There are no specific entry requirements for this course.