BA - Human Geography

Course overview

Qualification Bachelor's Degree
Study mode Full-time
Duration 3 years
Intakes September
Tuition (Local students) $ 35,201
Tuition (Foreign students) $ 63,552





$ 35,201
Local students
$ 63,552
Foreign students

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Entry Requirements

  • Relevant qualifications accepted by the university.

English Language Requirements:

  • IELTS: 6.5
  • TOEFL: 90
  • Pearson: 61
  • Cambridge CPE: C
  • Cambridge CAE: C
  • Cambridge CPE and CAE: 176
  • TEEP: 6.5
  • OIBEC: Pass
  • ESOL (Skills for Life): Level 1


First Year

  • Core Concepts in Human Geography
  • Environment, Nature and Society A
  • Environment, Nature and Society B
  • Exploring our Digital Planet
  • Fieldwork Skills for Professional Geographers
  • Introduction to Globalisation and Global Inequalities
  • Skills for Professional Geographers
  • Working with Geographical Information

Plus two option modules from:


  • Microeconomics 1
  • Macroeconomics 1

Modern Languages

  • French Language for Beginners
  • Modern French Language
  • Spanish Language
  • Spanish Language Advanced
  • Basic Italian
  • Italian Language and Civilisation


  • Crime in Focus
  • Introduction to Criminal Justice
  • Theories of Crime

Computer Science

  • Computers and Society


  • Archaeology: The essentials
  • Using archaeological evidence 

Natural Sciences

  • Sustainable Futures A
  • Sustainable Futures C

Second Year 

  • Geographical Research in the Field (overseas field course)
  • Thinking Space
  • Workplace Geographies or Geography in Education

Plus three option modules from:

  • Contemporary Issues in Human or Digital Geographies
  • Environment and Development
  • Geographical Information Systems (GIS)
  • Global Geopolitical Economy
  • Social and Cultural Geographies


  • Households, Firms, Markets, Welfare
  • Market Power and Market Failure


  • Experiencing the Criminal Justice System
  • Policing; Prisons, Probation and Punishment
  • Psychology and Crime
  • Working in Criminal Justice
  • Youth Crime

Modern Languages

  • Introduction à la Francophonie
  • French Language (Post-Beginners)
  • History and Culture in 20th Century Italy
  • History and Culture in Italian Literature

Natural Sciences

  • Sustainable Futures B
  • Sustainable Futures D


  • Living in towns: Medieval

Final Year

  • Dissertation (final year research project)

Plus four option modules from:

  • Contemporary Digital Geographies
  • Contemporary Environmental Challenges
  • Geographies of Culture and Representation
  • Geography and the Everyday Politics of Identity
  • Postcolonial Perspectives in and of Africa
  • Remote Sensing for Geographers
  • Spaces of Social Change
  • Field class: either Kenya: Environment, Gender and Development or South West USA: Nature, Culture, Country

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