People who are interested in exploring how society has influenced and changed the environment and how these issues are being addressed at individual, local, national and global levels are invited to apply for this multidisciplinary programme. The effect of humans on the geography, geology and ecology of areas is an international priority and graduates of this course will be well placed to influence future legislative changes. This programme initially covers a broad variety of topics covering a range of geographical factors including the establishment of sustainable developments, common research techniques and ecology. This means that you are able to relate the role of society and societal changes to wider environmental and geographical issues. The course offers various opportunities for fieldwork throughout and may include a residential trip in Stage two. You are able to choose modules that allow them to undertake more or less fieldwork depending on your preferences. You will be able to undertake field work within and outside of the UK as part of your programme. These residential and day field work opportunities allow you to develop and progress your research and analytical skills as well as visit sites that may be restricted to the 'general public'.