What Will You Study

This specialist degree looks into how the human and physical elements affect the environment, from geological to climatic. You will also be involved in monitoring change, including the use of remote sensing and geographic information systems (GIS).

Your degree places leading research in real-world situations and involves a substantial amount of fieldwork. This includes an optional week-long course in Spain in your second year and optional courses in Spain, Brazil and the Mediterranean during your third year.

Our Communicating Geography course is available as part of this degree, as well as modules including Holocene Environmental Change, Geographies of and Environment, Politics and Society in Amazonia.