Geographical Sciences (Major)

Prerequisites required for progression in this major:

Course Code Units Course Title
GEOM1000 2 Geographical Information and Data Analysis
GEOS1100 2 Environment & Society

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Course Code Units Course Title
MATH2001 2 Advanced Calculus and Linear Algebra II
MATH2100 2 Applied Mathematical Analysis
GEOS3102 2 Global Change: Problems and Prospects
[ GEOS3401 4 Advanced Science Research Topic in Geographical Science
[ or
[ GEOS3402 4 Advanced Science Research Topic in Geographical Science
GEOS6001 2 Research Philosophy, Design & Implementation
[ GEOS6100 12 Honours Research Thesis
[ or
[ GEOS6101 12 Honours Research Thesis

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Course Code Units Course Title
COSC2500 2 Numerical Methods in Computational Science
GEOG2205 2 Global Population Issues
GEOM2000 2 Introduction to Earth Observation Sciences (EOS)
GEOM2001 2 Geographical Information Systems
GEOS2100 2 Environmental Systems
GEOS2101 2 Climatology & Hydrology
GEOS2103 2 Biogeography & Geomorphology
GEOS2110 2 Tectonics and Geomorphology of Active Plate Boundaries
STAT2003 2 Probability & Statistics
STAT2004 2 Statistical Modelling & Analysis

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Course Code Units Course Title
CONS3017 2 Landscape Ecology
COSC3000 2 Visualization, Computer Graphics & Data Analysis
ENVM3201 2 Catchment Processes & Management
GEOG3205 2 Applied Demography
GEOM3001 2 Advanced Earth Observation Sciences (EOS)
GEOM3002 2 Advanced Geographical Information Systems
GEOM3005 2 Geospatial Processing and Web Mapping
GEOS3106 2 Environmental Hazards
GEOS3107 2 Plants, People and the Environment
GEOS3108 2 Meteorology
GEOS3400 2 Research Topic
MARS3012 2 Physical-biological Oceanography
MATH3101 2 Bifurcation and Chaos
MATH3201 2 Scientific Computing: Advanced Techniques and Applications
MATH3403 2 Partial Differential Equations