At a time when globalisation, rapid population growth and migration are placing increased pressure on our natural resources, there is a real need to understand the world around us and our place within it.
Culture, society, economics and politics all contribute to our changing natural environment. It is only by appreciating these issues that we can make sense of the complex relationships between people and place and prepare for the challenges that lie ahead.
Human Geography and Environment is a highly distinctive subject, operating at the boundary between traditional human geography and environmental science, exploring both natural and socio-economic elements of geography and providing you with the knowledge to address real world problems on a global scale; offering a unique edge when compared with more traditional human geography courses.
Available Undergraduate Human Geography and Environment courses are listed below: