Geography is uniquely placed to bring knowledge and understanding to this dynamic world, helping to resolve environmental and social conflicts that prevent us from managing our environment in a sustainable fashion.
Applied Geographers have the knowledge, tools and skills to help resolve these conflicts and play an essential part within a multi-cultural world in which understanding, tolerance and sensitivity are fundamental to social and economic well-being and to the good management of our natural environment.
260 to 320 tariff points, including 100 from one required subject (e.g. B at A-Level), or equivalent qualifications. BTEC Extended Diploma DMM - DDM.
Topics in Contemporary Science
Earth & Society
Reporting, Investigative and Practical Skills
Ecology & Ecosystems Management
Applied Geospatial Science
Field Research: Environment
Evolution & Wildlife Conservation
Globalisation and Marginalisation
Environment Archaeology & Paleoecology
Earth Surface Processes & Landforms
Independent Research Project
Advanced Environmental Law & Planning
Remote Sensing of the Environment
Landscape Patterns & Processes
Emergence & Extinction in Ice Ages
We are proud to have one of the best graduate employment records of any UK university. This degree course has been designed particularly with your future employment in mind. Graduates from this course will have the specialized set of skills required by employers looking for geographers to advise and manage their affairs from a balanced perspective.
You may work in fields such as resource management, planning, countryside management, remote sensing, GIS or environmental conservation.
Employment opportunities exist in a wide range of organisations including government agencies, local authorities, environmental and landscape consultancies, multi-national companies and the voluntary sector.
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