Students will maintain a balance between physical geography and human geography; develop a knowledge and understanding of the key concepts of place, space, diversity, interdependence, and people-environment interaction. Managing physical environments River
environments, coastal environments, cold environments and hot arid / semi-arid environments. Managing change in human
Managing urban change, managing rural change,
the energy issue and the growth of tourism.
Students must study three topics selected from six options - earth hazards, ecosystems and environments under threat, climatic hazards, population and resources, globalisation and development and inequalities.
Students may also have the opportunity to participate in fieldwork during the course.
B grade in Geography or Grade 5 in Maths and a B grade in science if you have not studied Geography before.