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Geography is the study of places and the relationship between people and their environment. It is a discipline that combines the arts, social and natural sciences. It focuses on the study of lands, features, inhabitants, and phenomena of the Earth and includes the study of planets. It is an interdisciplinary subject that draws from other disciplines like Physics, Astrology, Chemistry, Biology, Mathematics, and Economics.

The subject of Geography includes studies that focus on areas like topography, locations, boundaries, history, and environment. It addresses issues like environmental change, regional and global inequalities, and the transformation of cultures and economies globally.

Geography is often divided into two main branches- human geography and physical geography. While the former is concerned with the study of human societies, the latter focuses on the study of the Earth's physical processes. It is not only defined by one particular topic but is concerned with a number of other topics like people, culture, politics, plants, and landforms.

Geography courses help students understand the relationship between society and the environment, how people affect the natural systems, and vice versa. Students also gain a number of valuable skills while pursuing their degrees. These include research skills, intellectual skills, and transferable skills like teamwork, problem-solving communication, and writing.

Geography is an emerging field that has a positive impact on the world especially because


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Geography degrees can be pursued by interested students at different levels, these are:

Bachelor of Arts in Geography
Bachelor of Arts in Geography of Tourism
Bachelor of Arts in Environmental Studies and Geography
Bachelor of Science in Geography
Bachelor of Science in Environmental Geography
Bachelor of Education in Geography
Bachelor of Science in Geographic Information Science
Engineering Degree in Geomatics and Topography
Master of Arts in Geography
Master of Science in Geography
Master of Arts in Environmental Science and Geography
Master of Arts in Geography and Urban Studies
Master of Arts in Geoinformatics
Master of Science in Environmental Geography
Master of Science in Cultural Geography
Master Degree in Urban and Economic Geography
Master Degree in Geography and Spatial Planning
Master of Philosophy (MPhil) in Geography
Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in Geography
Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in Geographic Education
Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in Geospatial Science and Engineering
Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in Geoscience
Alongside traditional on-campus courses, students may also take up online courses provided by the best instructors and universities of the world on multiple online learning platforms. These courses include recorded auto-graded and peer-reviewed assignments, video lectures, and forums for community discussions.


Geography provides a number of areas of specialization that students can opt for based on their interests, these are:

Behavioral Geography
Economic Geography
Historical Geography
Urban Geography

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Students can choose to specialize in areas like:

Environmental Geography

Development Geography
Regional Geography
Coastal Geography
Landscape Ecology
Geography of Natural Resources
Disaster Management



Graduates with a degree in Geography have the knowledge and skills which make them eligible for employability in many sectors like politics, non-profit, academia, research firms, and private organizations.


    Job titles include:

    Urban and Regional Planner
    Climate Change Analyst
    Location Analyst


    Pollution Analyst
    Travel and Tourism Advisor
    Town Planner
    Geospatial Analyst
    Water Conservation Officer
    Soil Conservationist
    Environmental Consultant
    Landscape Architect
    Market Researcher
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