Human Geography seeks to understand the evolution of places, landscapes and environments.
You'll delve into an exploration of the challenges involved in regenerating urban and rural environments, and consider how environmental policies are managed in a global, national and local context.
These degrees are a strong blend of practical and theoretical learning with optional modules to suit your interests and future career ambitions. Modules include human geographies of London; society, space and place; geographies of regeneration or environmental management and climate change.
Our residential field trips are at no extra cost. We'll explore sites in Cornwall and in the South of France.
for overall score in Hospitality, Leisure, Recreation and Tourism amongst London Modern competitors (Sunday Times League Table 2019).
Visit us on our Open Days and discuss your study options with our academics, talk to current students about their experience of LSBU, take a tour of our vibrant central London campus and experience our industry-standard facilities and student residences.
On each course page you'll find details of work placements, employability and case studies of past students’ careers.
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