You will undertake an extensive course of study, gain a wide range of skills and have the opportunity to cover many innovative and exciting modules that make Geography at Lancaster distinctive.
For example, you could launch your teaching career with our unique Communicating Geography programme. This programme is a distinctive feature of your degree course and gives you experience of working in a local school in order to develop your own project on a geographical topic. It will also help you to develop vital career skills. Alongside this you can take options such as Introduction to Eco-Innovation, where you work with academics and staff from companies based in our Environment Centre, or our Iceland field course on Glacier-Landscape Interactions.
During your second year you will study core modules covering skills and concepts in Geography and will also take a number of optional modules. Your third year includes the completion of an in-depth dissertation and six further modules chosen from a range of areas of Geography.
In the fourth and final year of your degree you will undertake a dissertation. You will also take four modules from the wide range of masters-level modules on offer by our Environment Centre including Geoinformatics, Environmental Justice and Climate Change and Society.