BSc (Hons) Geography - Environmental Geography
UCAS Code FL97
Our Environmental Geography course is unique in bridging environmental and social sciences, training you for diverse career options.
- Award BSc (Hons)
- Start date September
- Duration 48 months
- Mode of study Part-time, Full-time, Campus based
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- Study abroad opportunities
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Our Environmental Geography course seeks to make sense of our changing world. It’s unique in bridging environmental and social sciences, and in exploring the pressing human-environment issues of the 21st century.
We’ll turn you into an Environmental Geographer with the expert knowledge and skills to research, analyse and communicate how the changing environment affects our lives. Your ability to visualise geographical issues at different spatial scales, from global to local, and to offer solutions to some of our most pressing environmental problems, will ensure that you’re highly sought after by a wide range of employers.
Environmental Geography at Stirling has provided me with the confidence and essential skills necessary for graduate employment. The extracurricular opportunities on offer and high quality teaching has ensured that my time spent here has been both valuable and transformational.
Johnathan Kitchen, BSc (Hons) Environmental Geography
Environmental Geography and Education provides graduates with a teaching qualification in Geography (and Modern Studies) as recognised by the General Teaching Council for Scotland (GTCS).
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BSc Environmental Geography
Read Maria's storyIf you don't do Environmental Geography at Stirling you are going to miss the variety of field trips offered and this dynamic relationship between staff and students.