Bachelor of Arts Degrees in Natural Sciences

Compare 35 Bachelor of Arts Degrees in Natural Sciences

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A Bachelor of Arts degree is awarded in recognition of an undergraduate student’s completion of three to four years of coursework in a liberal arts or science concentration. A Bachelor of Arts in Natural Sciences is an appealing degree for students who have a broad interest in various scientific disciplines.

Just what is a BA in Natural Sciences? This degree offers an interdisciplinary approach to natural sciences, including chemistry, biology, geology, psychology, and physics. Students learn about fundamental concepts as well as current advances and research. Some programs allow students to choose areas of focus, and some institutions offer specialized courses, in topics such as neurology, botany, or anthropology. Many degree programs also require related coursework in mathematics, statistics, and history or philosophy of science.

This degree provides students with broad theoretical knowledge, along with practical knowledge of research and experimentation methods, which can be applied to many professions. Many students use this degree as a foundation for further studies in education, medicine, or other scientific disciplines.

The cost of earning a BA in Natural Sciences is different at every institution. Variables from geographic location to course length can dictate how much completing the degree will cost. Therefore, it is important for students to consider various programs and research the costs associated with each one.

Earning a BA in Natural Sciences can lead to numerous career opportunities. Graduates may become primary or secondary school teachers, or they may work as educators in other settings, such as state parks. Many graduates pursue interdisciplinary jobs, including scientific writing or environmental advocacy. Graduates may also seek higher education and work in related fields, such as sustainability, environmental law, or environmental consulting.

A number of institutions now offer the BA in Natural Sciences as a degree that can be earned completely online. For students interested in saving money, avoiding relocation, or completing a degree while balancing other obligations, online degrees are an option worth exploring. Getting more information or even applying to a program takes minimal time. Search for your program below and contact directly the admission office of the school of your choice by filling in the lead form.

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BA in Environmental and Sustainability Studies

Northern Arizona University
Campus Full time 4 years September 2017 USA Flagstaff

Students who are interested in the environment and the issues at its crux will enjoy the pursuit of this degree. Crucial issues of sustainability, diversity, and change are interwoven through the program. A language proficiency requirement bolsters understanding beyond English-speaking perspectives. [+]

BAs in Natural Sciences. Available Emphasis Areas: Global Sustainability - Emphasis Southwest Environments and Biocultural Diversity - Emphasis Students who are interested in the environment and the issues at its crux will enjoy the pursuit of this degree. Crucial issues of sustainability, diversity, and change are interwoven through the program. A language proficiency requirement bolsters understanding beyond English-speaking perspectives. What Can I Do with a Bachelor of Arts in Environmental and Sustainability Studies? Issues of sustainability, climate change adaptation and mitigation, environmental justice, biodiversity, and increasing demand for finite food, water, and energy resources become more critical every day. To better understand-and improve-our relationship with the natural world, consider the environmental studies program at Northern Arizona University. Here, you will study ecosystems and the ways humans interact with them using the perspectives of the natural and social sciences and the humanities. You will work extensively with full-time professors who have practical experience in the environmental sciences and sustainability. You'll have many opportunities for field study and research; our faculty members include undergraduate students in all research projects, and you will be required to complete an undergraduate research project or internship. You will learn how to develop solutions for these issues and prepare for a career in research, industry, education, government, or public service. Career opportunities that might be pursued: Sustainability coordinator Conservation biology Community-supported agriculture Environmental education and communication Resource management, assessment, and protection Air, water, and soil quality monitoring Renewable energy design and construction With further education, one of... [-]

BA (Hons) Environmental Social Sciences

University of Kent, School of Anthropology & Conservation
Campus Full time 4 years August 2017 United Kingdom Canterbury

We give you the unique opportunity to explore environmental issues from both social sciences and humanitities perspectives. [+]

We give you the unique opportunity to explore environmental issues from both social sciences and humanitities perspectives. Although there are key introductions to the sciences of conservation in this programme its focus is deliberately designed to equip students with understanding and skills in relation to the social, political, economic, legal and community aspects of conservation. In addition to gaining an overview of social science perspectives, you can choose introductory modules from a range of social science disciplines, including social anthropology, ethnobiology, sociology, economics or philosophy. You also have the opportunity to gain practical skills – for example, in biodiversity monitoring - and to carry out an independent research project. Year in Professional Practice Our new four year courses in professional practice offer students the opportunity to spend a minimum of 24 weeks on placement at one or more organisations whose work is relevant to your degree programme. During the placement you will work under the direction of a designated line manager within the host organisation, with additional support from the University via a named member of academic staff. You will be working on one or more tasks that are agreed in advance, for example you may contribute to a management plan, a policy report, a consultation process, a piece of applied research, or development of a set of educational materials. [-]

BA Geography, Planning & Environment

UCD College of Engineering and Architecture
Campus Full time 3 years September 2017 Ireland Dublin

If you are interested in both the built and natural environment, and how human actions affect the environment, a degree in Planning, Geography & Environment offers you a unique opportunity to further your interests. [+]

BAs in Natural Sciences. BA Geography, Planning & Environment Course Information BA (Hons) (NFQ Level 8) Full Time - Undergraduate Studies CAO Code: DN514 CAO Points Range 2015: 370 - 445 Length of Course: 3 Years (+1 Master's programme) Average Intake: 25 Leaving Certificate: You must obtain a minimum of Grade H5 in two subjects and a minimum of Grade O6/H7 in the remaining four subjects. Why is this course for me? If you are interested in both the built and natural environment, and how human actions affect the environment, a degree in Planning, Geography & Environment offers you a unique opportunity to further your interests. The degree integrates subjects that will deepen and broaden your understanding of environmental, social and economic issues, and set these in a practical policy context. A degree in Planning, Geography & Environment provides you with strong analytical skills, as well as the ability to think critically about urban and rural development and environmental issues. This degree provides the first steps to pursuing a career as a professional planner, urban designer or environmental policy expert. Key Fact: The degree is accredited by the Royal Town Planning Institute (RTPI). In order to gain full recognition by the RTPI you must complete an accredited one-year specialist master’s degree in planning. Career & Graduate Study Opportunities The final step towards your career as a planner is to complete a one-year specialist master’s in planning in UCD: the Master of Regional & Urban Planning, the MSC in Urban Design... [-]

BA (Hons) Mathematics and Accounting and Finance

University of Kent, School of Mathematics, Statistics & Actuarial Science
Campus Full time 3 - 4 years September 2017 United Kingdom Canterbury

In this joint honours programme you split your studies equally between the two related disciplines and gain the knowledge that responds to the needs and expectations of the modern accountancy profession. [+]

BA (Hons) Mathematics and Accounting and Finance Professions in the financial sector and in accounting demand a solid grounding in mathematics and this joint honours programme provides an excellent theoretical grounding for the applied techniques of accountancy and finance. You will build on knowledge gained in introductory modules in mathematics, statistics, and economics and apply this to financial and accounting problems. As the programme develops you'll be encouraged to follow the path that most interests you. The study of mathematics provides an excellent basis for the applied techniques of accountancy and finance. In this joint honours programme you split your studies equally between the two related disciplines and gain the knowledge that responds to the needs and expectations of the modern accountancy profession. The degree provides various exemptions from the examinations of the professional accountancy bodies. Independent rankings Mathematics at Kent was ranked joint 4th for graduate prospects in The Complete University Guide 2013 and Accounting at Kent had a 91% overall student satisfaction in the NSS 2012. Careers You acquire many transferable skills including the ability to deal with challenging ideas, to think critically, to write well and to present your ideas clearly, all of which are considered essential by graduate employers. Recent graduates have gone into careers in accountancy training with firms such as KPMG and Ernst & Young, medical statistics, the pharmaceutical industry, the aerospace industry, software development, teaching, actuarial work, Civil Service statistics, chartered accountancy, the oil industry and postgraduate research. Fees As a guide only,... [-]

BA in Rural and Community Development

Presbyterian University College
Campus Full time 4 years September 2017 Ghana Abetifi Akropong + 1 more

The programme provides an interdisciplinary framework for the understanding of the dynamics of rural stratification and differentiation, with concepts in Economics, Anthropology, Sociology, Human Ecology, Gender Issues, Natural Resources Management, History and Political Science. [+]

BAs in Natural Sciences. Overview The programme provides an interdisciplinary framework for the understanding of the dynamics of rural stratification and differentiation, with concepts in Economics, Anthropology, Sociology, Human Ecology, Gender Issues, Natural Resources Management, History and Political Science. The student will be required to undertake independent analysis of rural development issues and provide alternative strategies and policies for change. Admission Requirements WASSCE/SSSCE Applicants Credit in core English, Core Mathematics, and Integrated Science or Social Studies, and any three Elective subjects with an aggregate score of 24 or better in the WAEC SSSCE or 36 in the WASSCE. Applicants should have aggregate 24 (A-D) for SSSCE and 36 (A1 – C6) for WASSCE or better in the SSSCE/WASSCE. GBCE/ABCE Applicants Holders of GBCE Certificate must have Credit passes in five (5) subjects including Mathematics, English and Social Studies or Integrated Science in the General Business Certificate Examination (GBCE). In addition, the applicant must have passes in three (3) subjects; at least, one of the passes should be Grade D or better in the Advance Business Certificate Examinations (ABCE). Holders of only GBCE Certificate CANNOT be admitted on the basis of that qualification alone. A LEVEL Certificate Applicants 5 Credits (including English Language, Mathematics, an Arts subject and a Science subject) in the WAEC General Certificate of Education (GCE/WASC) Ordinary Level Examination; and 3 passes at the Advanced Level of the GCE. One of the Advanced Level passes should be a grade D or better. A pass in General Paper must... [-]

BA or BS Biology

University of Denver
Campus Full time September 2017 USA Denver

The Department of Biological Sciences offers four distinct life sciences majors provided by a nationally recognized faculty that excels in teaching and research. Many faculty members have received University wide recognition for outstanding teaching. [+]

BA or BS Biology The Department of Biological Sciences offers four distinct life sciences majors provided by a nationally recognized faculty that excels in teaching and research. Many faculty members have received University wide recognition for outstanding teaching. Research programs are funded by grants from agencies such as the National Institutes of Health and the National Science Foundation. The department has three excellent teaching and research facilities. F.W. Olin Hall is a state-of-the-art facility for lectures and laboratories. Faculty offices and research labs are located across the science quad from Olin Hall in the Seeley G. Mudd building, which has teaching laboratories for advanced technique courses in molecular biology, cell biology and microbiology. Field-oriented courses are offered at the Mount Evans Field Station. The up-to-date and highly integrated curriculum provides a sound foundation in molecular, cellular, developmental, organismal, ecological and environmental biology. Curriculum prepares students for futures in medicine, dentistry, veterinary medicine, graduate programs in the life sciences, graduate programs in health-related fields like physical therapy or physician assistant programs, ecology, environmental science, conservation biology and science education at the secondary school level. PROGRAMS OF STUDY IN BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES The department offers majors in the following areas: biological sciences, molecular biology, ecology and biodiversity, and integrated sciences. [-]

BA Environmental Science

University Of Northern Iowa
Campus Full time September 2017 USA Cedar Falls

The B. A. degree in Environmental Science is to prepare students for a career in measuring, evaluating and addressing issues related to a variety of environmental problems. [+]

BAs in Natural Sciences. The B. A. degree in Environmental Science is to prepare students for a career in measuring, evaluating and addressing issues related to a variety of environmental problems. Students can choose to concentrate their work in specific environmental areas, including air quality, water quality and geoscience, or choose a path that incorporates all three. Environmental Science Courses Air Quality - 4 hours, offered even spring semesters Air Dispersion Modeling - 2 hours, offered even fall semesters Measurement and Analysis of Air Quality - 2 hours, offered odd spring semesters Environmental Geology - 3 hours, offered odd fall semesters Environmental Hydrology - 3 hours, offered even spring semesters Field and Laboratory Methods in Hydrology - 2 hours, offered odd fall semesters. Hydrogeology - 3 hours, offered odd spring semesters UNIQUE FEATURES: Faculty with doctorates in their areas of specialization who are committed to quality teaching Opportunities for undergraduate research and working one-on-one with faculty Housed in Latham Hall, featuring well-equipped laboratories and classrooms Excellent computer facilities, including a student computer lab A 25-seat planetarium; 16-inch and 12-inch computer-controlled telescopes X-ray diffraction and fluorescence equipment Petrographic microscopes; thin-section equipment Unidata McIDAS weather display system; roof-top weather station Sigma Gamma Epsilon Earth Science honorary for students with earth science GPA of 3.0 or higher Home of the federally funded Science Center for Teaching, Outreach and Research on Meteorology (the STORM Project) Field trips Faculty members are actively involved in field work, and the department regularly offers spring field trips and... [-]

BA in Environmental Science

Wartburg College
Campus Full time 4 years September 2017 USA Waverly

The Environmental Science and Studies major is a two-track (science and studies) interdisciplinary program rooted in the natural and social sciences and designed to provide students with an understanding and application of the integration of multiple disciplines in solving complex problems arising at the interface of human existence with the rest of the natural world. [+]

The Environmental Science and Studies major is a two-track (science and studies) interdisciplinary program rooted in the natural and social sciences and designed to provide students with an understanding and application of the integration of multiple disciplines in solving complex problems arising at the interface of human existence with the rest of the natural world. Environmental Science and Studies Majors are prepared to enter careers in fields such as conservation of natural resources, environmental science, environmental law, renewable energies, urban planning and environmental policy. Students engage in interactive seminars, either conduct independent research under the guidance of a faculty member or participate in an appropriate internship and are encouraged to take advantage of field biology May Term courses. A minor in environmental studies is also available. Requirements Core plus 10 course credits: BI 151 Biology I: Ecosystems, Cells, and Evolution BI 152 Biology II: Phylogeny, Structure, and Function BI 209 Ecology BI 211 Genetics BI 455 Methods of Biological Research BI 456 Student-Originated Research CH 114 Principles of Chemistry II CH 190 Environmental Chemistry CH 205 Introductory Organic Chemistry or CH 217 Analytical Chemistry One course credit from: BA 418 Sustainable Economics and Finance or EC 418 Sustainable Economics and Finance EC 118 Principles of Microeconomics EC 295 Special Topics (Only topics approved by EPC.) One field biology course credit from: BI 206 Ecology of Guyana I and BI 216 Ecology of Guyana II BI 207 Vertebrate Ecology of the Prairie BI 208 Island Ecology BI 295 Special Topics (Only... [-]

BA Environmental Studies and Geography

Bishop's University
Campus Full time 3 years September 2017 Canada Sherbrooke

Environmental Studies and Geography, with its major focus on human-environment interaction, is a broad discipline which analyzes the distribution and interrelationships of physical and human phenomena on the earth. [+]

BAs in Natural Sciences. Environmental Studies and Geography, with its major focus on human-environment interaction, is a broad discipline which analyzes the distribution and interrelationships of physical and human phenomena on the earth. It combines subject matter and methodologies from both the natural and social sciences. Since its founding in 1961, the academic mission of our department has been to provide to undergraduate students a solid grounding in the study of people and the environment. This focus has been consistent with Bishop’s University’s overall commitment to undergraduate programmes providing a liberal arts and science education. The Department of Environmental Studies and Geography strives toward the following: Interactive learning and community involvement Low student to faculty ratio and small class sizes Student-faculty collaborative research High-profile faculty research Student preparation for graduate programs Why study ESG at Bishop’s? In addition to this commitment, which has characterized the course offerings of the Department in the past, a second focal point in the Department’s approach to teaching has been the incorporation of as much of a field component as possible into the frameworks of many of our courses. Proximity to a borough of 5,000 people (Lennoxville) and a Census Metropolitan Area of 130,000 people (Sherbrooke) provides much scope for practical projects. At the same time the glacial features of the surrounding Appalachian region, the history of settlement and resource development, and a significant river and drainage basin, each provide a ready field laboratory for the physical and environmental aspects of the programme. Thus, students... [-]

BA in Chemistry

Concordia College
Campus Full time 4 years September 2017 USA Moorhead

With a chemistry major or minor, the possibilities are limitless. From continuing the study of chemistry at the graduate level, [+]

Chemistry With a chemistry major or minor, the possibilities are limitless. From continuing the study of chemistry at the graduate level, obtaining a job in the chemical or pharmaceutical industries, or to providing a firm foundation for a career in the health professions, the chemistry department at Concordia College is your gateway to the future. The Concordia College chemistry department prides itself on providing a first-class education for all students in both the classroom and laboratory. Chemistry also works hard in offering a wide range of opportunities beyond the classroom from research with faculty to internships and beyond. The department possesses a state-of-the-art instrumental laboratory and a cutting-edge laser facility for spectroscopy research, both of which are utilized extensively in both teaching and a range of faculty research. The department offers both a standard chemistry major and an American Chemical Society-certified major with optional specializations in neurochemistry and biochemistry. Several chemistry faculty members are also actively involved in the neuroscience program, a novel interdisciplinary area which draws extensively from chemistry, biology and psychology. Faculty Research Whether it is during the academic year or the summer, many of the chemistry faculty are actively involved in cutting-edge research. Areas under study range from noisy light spectroscopy, corrosion inhibition, degradation of environmental pharmaceutical contaminants and developing green synthetic routes to new pharmaceutical molecules. Teaching While You Learn From making oobleck (cornstarch and water) to watching their hair stand on end by touching a Van de Graaff generator, kids love to know how things... [-]

BA in Mathematics

Cardinal Stritch University
Campus Full time September 2017 USA Milwaukee

Mathematics majors are prepared for the teaching profession, the business world, or graduate school. [+]

BAs in Natural Sciences. Mathematics majors are prepared for the teaching profession, the business world, or graduate school. Degree Requirements Program Credits: 37 Required Courses MT 210, 211, 212, 315, 320, 325, 365, 401, and at least three additional 400‐level MT courses numbered above MT 402 selected with faculty guidance. Students must take at least one two‐semester sequence: (MT 365, 470) or (MT 325, 425). MT 401 is a capstone course in the major that is normally taken in the last semester of upper‐division course work in the major. MT 401 is offered annually in the spring, so December graduates must take this in the spring before their last semester. Required Auxiliary Courses: none Additional Information Students seeking teacher certification in mathematics for grades 6‐12 follow the same requirements as the Mathematics major, plus MT 103 and ED 432. Courses MT 010 - Fundamentals of Mathematics I MT 095 - Algebra Basics MT 102 - Math for Elementary/Middle School Teachers I MT 103 - Math for Elementary/Middle School Teachers II MT 104 - Mathematics for Early Childhood Teachers I MT 105 - Mathematics for Early Childhood Teachers II MT 106 - Pre-statistics MT 107 - Intermediate Algebra MT 109 - An Introduction to Mathematical Thinking MT 113 - Applied Algebra for Health Sciences MT 120 - Applied Statistics MT 195 - College Algebra MT 196 - Pre-Calculus MT 210 - Calculus I MT 211 - Calculus II MT 212 - Calculus III MT 215 - Selected Topics MT 315 -... [-]

BA Geography

The University of Nottingham - Faculty of Social Sciences
Campus Full time 3 years September 2017 United Kingdom Nottingham

Focused on understanding the physical and human environment, this flexible course allows you to choose from a range of modules according to your interests. [+]

BA Geography Focused on understanding the physical and human environment, this flexible course allows you to choose from a range of modules according to your interests. It offers a broad and flexible programme of study, which will equip you with the necessary skills of analysis and synthesis to critically understand information from a wide range of sources. There are opportunities to travel to inspirational destinations in the UK and overseas, through a number of modules with a field trip element. This course is accredited by the Royal Geographical Society (with the Institute of British Geographers). An MArts version is also available, which includes an additional year at postgraduate level. Year one The first year is a foundation programme covering human and physical geography and geographical information science. You are encouraged to choose geography options appropriate to your BA degree or other modules at an appropriate level from across the University. Many students opt to study languages, the social and natural sciences or engineering, in addition to modules offered by the School of Geography. Year two In year two, you will have fewer core modules and more opportunity to choose from a range of modules appropriate to your BA degree. You'll have the opportunity to pursue 20 credits of appropriate modules from outside geography, subject to approval. You can also apply to spend the autumn semester of your second year studying abroad. Year three In year three, the dissertation is the sole core module. Alongside this you can choose from a... [-]

Anthropology

International University Alliance
Campus Full time Part time September 2017 USA Boston

Anthropology is the study of human beings from their biological origins to their learned cultures and behaviors. A social science that bridges the natural sciences with the arts and humanities, our anthropology major will provide you with a broad and substantive liberal arts education. [+]

BAs in Natural Sciences. Anthropology Anthropology is the study of human beings from their biological origins to their learned cultures and behaviors. A social science that bridges the natural sciences with the arts and humanities, our anthropology major will provide you with a broad and substantive liberal arts education. Through our univeristy’s anthropology program, you will gain practical experience in research, written and oral communication, and analytical thinking skills as well as an appreciation for the complexity of human experience through time. You will understand the pressing issues that face our global community and graduate with highly marketable skill sets, as demonstrated by our alumni, who are successfully employed in a wide range of occupations. Our graduates have also received admission to prestigious graduate schools. The anthropology major offers subfields in cultural and medical anthropology, physical/forensic anthropology and archaeology. The Department of Anthropology offers the following programs: B.A. in Anthropology B.A. in Anthropology with Environmental Concentration Minor in Anthropology or Forensic Anthropology B.A. in Anthropology Study the history of human experience with the B.A. in Anthropology program. The Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology provides a comprehensive education that focuses on the principal methods used in anthropology today. You can pursue three of the major subfields at Adelphi—cultural anthropology, archaeology and physical/forensic anthropology—as well as take advantage of the abundant research opportunities and fieldwork under the direction of our renowned faculty. The B.A. in Anthropology also offers a concentration in environmental anthropology that integrates anthropology with many of the key perspectives... [-]

Chemistry (B.A.)

Eastern Kentucky University
Campus Full time 4 years September 2017 USA Richmond

Jobs! Jobs! Jobs! Chemistry majors have one of the lowest rates of unemployment. [+]

Degree Concentrations B.A. in Chemistry, Chemistry Concentration B.A. in Chemistry, Teaching Concentration B.A. in Chemistry, Pre-Professional Concentrations (Pre-Pharmacy/Pre-Dental/Pre-Optometry/Pre-Pathology Assistant/Pre-Medical) Minor in Chemistry Minor in Chemistry (Teaching) Who Would be Interested in a B.A. Chemistry? If you are considering the careers below consider a B.A. in chemistry: Health care professions, such as physician, optometrist, pharmacist, or dentist. Laboratory work, such as in an environmental testing facility, consumer or pharmaceutical product development, or chemical technician in a research lab. Teaching chemistry at the high school level. Communicating science to a broad public, such as through print media, the internet or videos. Science consulting in many areas, such as nutrition, environmental issues, law, uses of technology, or education. Why a B.A. Chemistry? Jobs! Jobs! Jobs! Chemistry majors have one of the lowest rates of unemployment. Chance to work closely with faculty. Courses taught in the New Science Building with modern, well-equipped facilities. Our graduates' high success rate in many areas. Development of critical thinking skills needed in the marketplace. Ability to combine the B.A. Chemistry with the M.S. Chemistry in just one extra year. Chemistry graduate degree holders enjoy a 2.4% rate of unemployment. What Are the Requirements to be Admitted to the Program? Students may select any of the B.A. Chemistry options upon applying to the university. Students who have a good high school background in math are prepared to do well in this program. An interest in science and learning are critical to success in this program. Where Are Recent Graduates... [-]

BA Geography and...

SOAS University of London
Campus Full time 3 - 4 years August 2017 United Kingdom London

The Department of Geography at King’s College London (KCL) includes a concentration of scholars and specialists in the geography of Africa and Asia. Several courses also include examples from Latin America. There are courses in both physical and human geography that place development problems in a global environment context. [+]

BAs in Natural Sciences. BA Geography and... Programme Code: L770BA/GAA Duration: 3- or 4- year combined honours degree 2016 Entry Requirements A Levels: AAB including A-Level Geography IB: 35 (6/6/5) BTEC: DDM Access to HE: Minimum of 30 Level 3 Credits at Distinction Scottish Highers: AAABB Scottish Advanced Highers: AAB Irish LC: 340 points from 5 Higher level subjects at grade C1 or above Advanced Placement: 4 4 5 (Two semesters - UCAS Group A) plus US HSGD with GPA 3.0 Euro Bacc: 80% French Bacc: 14/20 German Abitur: 2.0 Italy DES: 80/100 Austria Mat: 2.0 Polish Mat: Overall 75% including 3 extended level subjects Interview Policy: Candidates with 'non standard' qualifications may be invited. The Department of Geography at King’s College London (KCL) includes a concentration of scholars and specialists in the geography of Africa and Asia. Several courses also include examples from Latin America. There are courses in both physical and human geography that place development problems in a global environment context. Students combining Geography with another subject are registered at SOAS but receive tuition in Geography at KCL’s Strand campus, and enjoy the facilities of both colleges. Applicants should apply to SOAS only. For more information on Geography, please contact Dr Deborah Potts at debby.potts@kcl.ac.uk or visit www.kcl.ac.uk/geography Combinations May be combined with African Studies, TL57 BA/GEAF Arabic+, LT76 BA/GEA Burmese++, LT7H BA/GEBU Chinese+, LT71 BA/GECH Development Studies, LL97 BA/GEDVS Economics, LL17 BA/GEEC Georgian, LT79 BA/GNGE Hebrew, LQ74 BA/HEGE= History, LV71 BA/HGE History of Art/Archaeology, LV73 BA/GHAA... [-]