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In choosing to study a degree in Human Geography with Business and Management at Aberystwyth University, you will be part of the Department of Geography and Earth Sciences, one of the largest and most dynamic departments of its kind in Britain. Human Geography with Business and Management (L7N1) is an exciting and rewarding subject to study. You will explore the nature and impact of cultural, social, economic and political processes from the local to the global scale. By studying Human Geography with Business and Management, you will acquire a wide range of the skills and knowledge that employers are increasingly seeking. Typically 91% of our Geography and Earth Sciences graduates are in employment (or studying for a postgraduate qualification) within 6 months of graduating. Expand the sections below and find out more...
Please note: The modules listed below are those currently intended for delivery during the next academic year and may be subject to change. They are included here to give an indication of how the course is structured.
Year 1 Core (30 Credits) The following modules are core.
Key Concepts And Skills For Geographers GG13000
Year 1 Options This CORE MODULE is offered bilingually: choose your preferred language. You must pass a minimum of 100 credits overall to proceed to Part 2
Year 1 Options Core (30 credits). Welsh medium (DA) and English medium (GG) modules. Welsh speaking students are encouraged to take DA11900/10 instead of GG11900/10, DA10110 instead of GG14410, and DA10210 instead of GG10210.
Cefn Gwlad A'r Ddinas DA10210
Tiwtorial Daearyddiaeth Lefel 1 DA11900
The City And Country: Processes Of Conflict And Change GG10210
Level 1 Geography Tutorial GG11900
Place, Culture And Society GG14410
Year 1 Options This CORE MODULE is offered bilingually: choose your preferred language
Year 1 Options (20 credits) Students must choose up to 20 credits from the list below, or from appropriate modules offered elsewhere in IGES or in the university. DA10610 and GG10610 cannot be taken together.
Amgylcheddau Wyneb Y Ddaear DA10610
Planet Earth EA11510
The Atmosphere And The Water Cycle EA12210
Earth Surface Environments GG10610
Year 2 Core (10 Credits) (10 credits) The following modules are core.
Researching People And Place GG20510
Year 2 Core (40 Credits) You must pass a minimum of 100 credits to proceed to year 3
Firms, Markets And Pricing MM33220
Organisational Behaviour MM33120
Year 2 Options Core (30 credits). Welsh medium (DA) and English medium (GG) modules. Welsh speaking students are encouraged to take DA22100/10 instead of GG22100/10, and DA22420 instead of GG22420.
Year 2 Options (40 credits) Students must take 40 credits from the modules below. DA28700/20 and GG28700/20 cannot be taken together.
Cyfathrebu Cymdeithas A Gwyddor DA28610
Lleoli Gwleidyddiaeth DA28700
Placing Culture GG28500
Placing Politics GG28700
Sustainability And Resilience GG28910
Final Year Core (20 Credits) You must take
Business Leadership And Corporate Responsibility MM34220
Final Year Options This CORE MODULE is offered bilingually: choose your preferred language
Final Year Options Core (20 credits). Welsh speaking students are encouraged to take DA34200/20 instead of GG34200/20.
Prosiect Daearyddiaeth Anrhydedd Cyfun/prif Bwnc DA34200
Geography Joint Honours/major Project GG34200
Final Year Options (60 credits) Students must choose 60 credits from the list below.
Landscapes Of British Modernity GG36220
Geographies Of Memory GG37920
Regional Geographies GG39920
UCAS Code: L7N1
Tariff Required: 300 - 320
Entry Requirements: Geography at grade B. GCSE: Grade C in English or Welsh and Mathematics
Course Length: 3 Years