This course is designed to produce geography graduates with a broad understanding of the physical and human environment, and with the necessary skills of analysis and synthesis to deal with information from a range of sources and in a wide variety of forms.You will place equal emphasis this year on the fields of physical and human geography, and geographical information science. Introductions are provided to atmospheric, oceanic, geomorphological and biogeographical systems and environmental change, and cultural, economic, social, rural and urban geography. During the remaining two years of your degree, you can take a flexible range of optional modules, which in many cases lead to applied aspects of the discipline. The range of options include: Economic Geography, Medical Geography, Rural Environmental Geography, Cultural and Historical Geography, Geographies of Money and Finance, Geographies of Fashion and Food, Environment Development and Livelihoods, Digital Explorers and Virtual Geographic Environments.
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