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BSc Physical Geography & Geology

This 3-year programme follows a suite of courses in both earth sciences and geography in roughly equal proprtions. These courses concentrate on the Physical Geography and Environmental Earth Science-related subjects.  

GL1100 Global tectonics

GL1200 Introductory sedimentology

GL1300 Environmental issues

GL1650 Earth materials

GG1001 Physical geography I

GG1002 Physical geography II

GG1012 Geographical techniques

GG1033 Geographical research & field training

GL2210 Regional geology

GL2320 Geohazards

GL2901 Field methods in geology

options (Geography)

2 of:
GG2012 Soils & water: interaction & management

GG2021 Geomorphology

GG2041 Environmental change

GG3002/GL3131 Independent project

options (Geology)

2 to 4 of:
GL3210 Advanced topics in sedimentology

GL3300 Aqueous geology

GL3340 GIS & remote sensing

GL3460 Volcanology

GL3510 Planetary geology & geophysics.

options (Geography)

2 to 4 of:

GG3013 Defending coastal & wetland environments

GG3014 Savannas

GG3015 Tropical land management

GG3016 Mediterranean landscapes

GG3021 Rivers & landscapes

GG3034 Arid Africa

GG3035 Holocene rivers

GG3041 Climatic change

GG3044 People & the Ice Age

Standard Offer

UCAS A Level Tariff: 320 points (ABB) usually including B in Geography

Further information including fees, funding and how to apply are available on the
Department of Geography web pages (opens in new window).


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