Bachelor programme in Physical Geography & Ecosystem Analysis
Our bachelor programme includes climatology, environmental science, ecosystems analysis, geographical information systems, remote sensing and geomorphology. Here is a list of some of the recommended courses included in the programme:
- NGEA01, Physical Geography: An Introduction to the Global Environment, 15 ECTS
- NGEA07, Theory and Methods of Physical Geography, 15 ECTS
- NGEA11, Geographical Information Systems, introduction, 15 ECTS
- NGEA12, Geographical Information Systems, advanced, 15 ECTS
- NGEA21, The Climate System, 15 ECTS
- NGEA04, Ecosystem Analysis, 15 ECTS
- NGEA03, Remote Sensing for Landscape Studies, 15 ECTS
- NGEA09, Land surface processes and landscape dynamics, 15 ECTS
You need to fulfil general admission requirements, and have upper secondary school courses equivalent to Swedish "Biologi B", "Fysik B", "Kemi B" and "Matematik D". To learn what these courses correspond to in Great Britain, England, Wales, North Ireland, read here.
When you are admitted to the programme, you are guaranteed admittance to all courses, provided that you fulfil the particular admission requirements for each course.
The programme offers training suitable for a wide range of professional roles. These could be, for instance:
- work with climate and water issues
- nature conservation planning
- foreign aid work
- EU related issues
- handling of data and development of analytical methods
After having completing the bachelor programme, you are welcome to continue your studies by taking one of our five masters programmes.
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