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We offer undergraduate and postgraduate study in a diverse range of subject areas. Browse the options below for more.
Earth Sciences is a fascinating and relevant subject about the world around us. Check out the programmes we offer for undergraduate and postgraduate students.
Our undergraduate Environmental Change specialisation studies processes of change from both natural and human causes.
Explore the ecological, social, economic and institutional factors that cause environmental problems and develop critical thinking to address them.
Learn ways of managing our environment and resources with Environmental Science at undergraduate and postgraduate level.
Are you fascinated by our social and physical worlds? Do you want to play a part in shaping them for a better future? Then Geography is the place to start.
GIS is the study of the data structures and techniques used to capture, process and visualise geographic information.
Geology considers the physical forces that act on the Earth, the chemistry of its materials, and the biology of its past inhabitants.
Geophysics is the study of the Earth and environment using physics and mathematics. Geophysics is a joint programme with the Department of Physics.
Study the interaction between animals, plants and microbes and their environment. Ecology is taught by the School of Biological Sciences.
This interfaculty programme, taught in conjunction with the Faculty of Engineering, will interest students who want to pursue an industry-relevant programme.
We offer foundation courses in Geography that can help you prepare for university study.