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MSc Modules for External Students

The list below shows all Geography MSc modules available to UCL Masters students 2013-14.  Please note that if you are interested in one of these modules you must register with the Geography Department, and pick up an External Students handbook, in the Pearson Building Foyer at one of the follow days/times: Tuesday 24th September 10am-12pm, Tuesday 24th September 2pm-4pm, Thursday 26th September 10am-12pm, Thursday 26th September 2pm-4pm.

The following modules all take place in Term Two only.  Please note for some modules there may be limited space.  In these cases priority will be given to MSc Geography students, and places may be capped.  Modules may be subject to change.

Module CodeModule Title
GEOGG026 Sustainable Consumption and Everyday Life
GEOGG030 Natural Hazards, Social Vulnerability and Disaster Risk Management
GEOGG033 Consuming Modernities
GEOGG036 Postcolonial Theory and the Multicultural City
GEOGG037 Modern Cities: Representing Modernity 1850-1920
GEOGG039 Landscape and Power
GEOGG043 Politics of Climate Change
GEOGG057 Wetlands
GEOGG061 Marine Conservation
GEOGG067 Changing Landscapes - Nature, Culture, Politics
GEOGG068 Changing Landscapes - Nature Conservation
GEOGG074 Lakes
GEOGG089 Globalisation and Security
GEOGG090 Scales of Inequality
GEOGG101 Surface Water Modelling
GEOGG103 Aquatic Macrophytes
GEOGG123 Impacts of Climate Change on Hydroecological Systems
GEOGG124 Terrestrial Carbon: Modelling and Monitoring
GEOGG134 Climate Modelling
GEOGG135 Biological Indicators on Environmental Change
GEOGG136 Non-Biological Indicators on Environmental Change
GEOGG142 Global Monitoring of Environment and Security
GEOGG153 Geodemographics and Population Geography
URBNG003 Creative Cities
URBNG005 Public Space and the City
URBNG007 Community Participation in City Strategies

For timetabling information please go to the online timetable: www.ucl.ac.uk/timetable