In physical geography you will study the interrelationship and dependency of the carbon and water cycle, how this impacts our lives today and future generations lives. You will study the concepts of hazard perception, multiple hazardous environments including fires, tectonic and atmospheric to mention a few as well as coastal systems and landscapes.
In human geography you will gain an insight into how the people of this planet are governed, the way they move from place to place and the impact of our ever-changing populations. Through the study of global systems and governance, changing places and population and the environment.
Finally, using a range of geographical skills you will gather data, evidence and experience to produce a fieldwork report. These desirable skills are directly transferable to any dissertation at university.