On this physical geography course you'll examine patterns and processes in the natural environment and learn how to tackle contemporary global issues such as climate change, environmental pollution and rising sea levels. You'll develop your understanding of these changes in the context of long-term variability.

Integral to your degree is field-based learning, independent research and technical training. We use the space around us as our living laboratory: you'll spend time learning in Sheffield and exploring the Peak District during field classes. We'll show you how to use geospatial techniques such as computer programming and satellite observations, and how to use Geographical Information Systems to observe and monitor the Earth.

This BSc will give you the specialist, practical and transferable skills you need for your future career. Typically our physical geography graduates progress to careers in research, sustainability, meteorology, environmental consultancy, GIS analysis, business, policy and government.

BSc Award
September Start
Full-time Study Mode
3 years Duration
F800 UCAS Code

Entry Requirements For This Course

The A Level entry requirements for this course are: AAB

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