Geography is offered as part of:
- Bachelor of Arts
- Bachelor of Arts - Enhanced Program for High Achievers
- Bachelor of Applied Geographical Information Systems
- Bachelor of Education (Early Childhood), Bachelor of Arts
- Bachelor of Education (Primary R - 7), Bachelor of Arts
- Bachelor of Education (Middle and Secondary Schooling), Bachelor of Arts
- Bachelor of Education (Middle and Secondary Schooling/Special Education)/Disability Studies
Why study geography?
Geographers examine the physical, biological, economic and social processes that affect environments and places, and the interconnections between people, environments and places.
Geographers are interested in issues such as the processes that create and transform environments, the welfare of people in particular places, the effects of changes in the global economy, the changing physical, economic and social structure of cities, and migration patterns.
They are also involved in the management of environmental resources and the planning of localities and regions.
At Flinders the study of geography emphasises the skills of information gathering including fieldwork, and numerical and graphical skills in data analysis and presentation.
What will I study?
Refer to the course rule.
Geographers find work. Because the study of Geography provides students with a variety of specific, discipline-related skills as well as transferable skills (eg computing, written, oral and graphic communication, statistics) geographers find employment in a diverse range of occupations, in both the public and private sector.
These include positions in overseas development, tourism, real estate, intelligence analysis, urban management, planning, local government, environmental management, teaching, and statistical services.
School of the Environment, Faculty of Science and Engineering.
Tel: (08) 8201 3522.