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The Exeter Award

Enhance your employability

FCH

  • combine subjects not otherwise possible at Exeter
  • cross-subject degrees to suit your interests and career ambitions
  • leads to a named degree title of the subjects you study
  • study two subjects, or sometimes three
  • create your own themed pathway
  • vary the proportion of the subjects each year
  • add vocational elements to your studies
  • opportunities for study and work abroad

 

First year programme - Flexible Combined Honours

GeographyTwo compulsory Geography modules are taken during the first year in order to provide a solid introduction to conceptual material and contemporary environmental debates within the discipline, which will act as a crucial foundation to many optional modules at stages 2 and 3:

  • Concepts in Geography - GEO1316 (15 credits) (must be passed to proceed to second-year Geography)
  • Geographies of Environment and Sustainability - GEO1310 (15 credits)

and modules chosen from first-year options in either Human or Physical Geography, e.g.:

  • Geographies of Place, Identity and Culture - GEO1105 (15 credits)
  • Geographies of Global Change - GEO1106 (15 credits)
  • Earth System Science: The History of Our Planet - GEO1211 (15 credits)
  • Earth System Science: The Future of Our Planet - GEO1212 (15 credits)
  • Study Skills for Human Geographers - GEO1309 (15 credits) (can be taken as long as a similar module of study skills has not been taken as part of another discipline)
  • Geographies of Environment and Sustainability - GEO1310 (15 credits)
  • Study Skills for Physical Geographers - GEO1311 (15 credits) (can be taken as long as a similar module of study skills has not been taken as part of another discipline)
  • Modules not available to FCH students are:
    • Investigating Human Geography - GEO1110
    • Investigating Physical Geography - GEO1210
    • Research Methods for Geographers - GEO1315

Flexible Combined Honours students can take up to a maximum of 90 credits of Geography in each year of their degree programme.

Geography department.