Geography

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Human Geography

Requires one science A Level and GCSE Maths.

This pathway provides students with an understanding of society, culture, development and issues of globalisation within a framework of environmental issues in the 21st century.

Year OneYear TwoYear Three
Geographical Skills and Application in a Changing World Development Geography and the Majority World Dissertation
Society and Space (Human Geography) Geographies of Nature Dissertation with Work Placement
  Enterprise for the Environment GIS: Principle and Practice
  Human Geographical Skills and Concepts Water and Environmental Management in a Mediterranean Context
  Spatial analysis and GIS New York Field Course
  Research Project Skills Africa: Geographies of Transformation
  Environment and Society Environment, Politics and Society in Amazonia
  Political Geography Urban Infrastructure in a Changing World
  Cultural Geography Cities and Globalisation
    Geographies of Health
    Conservation and Sustainable Development Fieldwork (Amazonia)
    Food and Agriculture in the 21st Century
    Climate and Society

Physical Geography

Requires one science A Level and GCSE Maths.

You will learn about the main components of our ‘Earth-system’, how environments have changed in the past, what controls the dynamics of environments in the present, and how we can predict changes in the future. All this is studied in the context of an interconnected planet.

Year OneYear TwoYear Three
Geographical Skills and Application in a Changing World Earth Surfaces Processes Dissertation
Environmental Processes and Systems Interacting Landscapes: Biogeography and Geomorphology Dissertation with Work Placement
  Enterprise for the Environment Physical Geography Fieldwork - Geomorphology of Northern Spain
  Physical Geographical Skills and Concepts Coastal Processes
  Spatial analysis and GIS GIS: Principles and Practice
  Research Project Skills Environmental Remote Sensing and Image Processing
  Investigating Mediterranean Environments (field course) Water and Environmental Management in a Mediterranean Context
  Soil Science Quaternary Environmental Change
    Environmental Magnetism
    Glacial Systems
    Lakes, Rivers and Estuaries
    Glacier-Landscape Interactions Iceland

Compulsory modules are highlighted in grey.