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Geography MSc Modules 2022-23

These are the modules expected to be available in Geography in 2022-23. Some modules are available to UCL Masters students registered in other UCL Departments, but there may be limited space; in these cases priority will be given to MSc Geography students. If you are from another department, your place is not confirmed until both the teaching department (Geography) and your home department have approved your registration via PORTICO. The Geography Team will start approving registrations for Geography modules from the week beginning Monday 26th September for new students, but please note that we may not be able to approve registrations for interdepartmental students until the week beginning Monday 3rd October.

All students registered on Geography modules are subject to our regulations regarding course work length and plagiarism and are deemed to have accepted these on application for the module. All UCL Geography modules have dedicated Moodle pages, access to these pages will be granted automatically based on Portico course selections. Deadlines for submission will be made clear on the Moodle pages with the submission links and must be adhered to by all students.

For timetabling information please go to the online timetable: Please note all course content is provisional and is subject to change.

$ Not available to Geography Study Abroad (Affiliate) Students
# Not available to External Students, i.e. students, including Study Abroad students, registered in other UCL Departments

Term 1Term 2
GEOG0040 Principles and Practice of Remote Sensing
GEOG0044 Mitigation and Adaptation to Environmental Change# GEOG0035 Environmental GIS
GEOG0073 Environmental Knowledges # GEOG0051 Mining Social And Geographic Datasets
GEOG0080 Public and Private Modernities GEOG0067 Surface Water Modelling
GEOG0082 Social Science Research: Methodologies and Methods # GEOG0078 Geographies of Material Culture
GEOG0084 Geo-politics # GEOG0083 Politics of Climate Change

GEOG0085 Environment, Politics and Practice #
GEOG0090 The Rural Matrix: Institutional and Policy Context#

GEOG0086 Advanced Geopolitics

GEOG0087 Precarious Urban Environments

GEOG0093 Conservation and Environmental Management#

GEOG0091 Wetlands

GEOG0096 Lakes

GEOG0106 Environmental Data Acquisition and Analysis# GEOG0100 Postcolonial Cultural Geographies
GEOG0108 Scientific Basis for Freshwater and Coastal Conservation# GEOG0101 Ocean Circulation and Climate Change
GEOG0109 Models in Environmental Science $ # GEOG0107 Aquatic Macrophytes
GEOG0110 Analytical and Numerical Methods GEOG0112 Climate Change Impacts to Hydro-Ecological Systems
GEOG0111 Scientific Computing $ # GEOG0113 Terrestrial Carbon: Modelling and Monitoring
GEOG0114 Principles of Spatial Analysis $ # GEOG0121 Climate Modelling
GEOG0115 Introduction to Social Data Science $ # GEOG0122 Biological Indicators of Environmental Change $ #
GEOG0118 Climate Dynamics $ # GEOG0123 Climate Proxies
GEOG0120 Past Climates $ # GEOG0125 Advanced Topics in Social Data Science
GEOG0127 Interdisciplinary Approaches to Global Migration # GEOG0128 Issues in Global Migration $ #
GEOG0129 Gender, Generation and Forced Migration GEOG0138 Creative Cities
GEOG0136 Cities, Space and Power $ # GEOG0140 Urban Practices$ #
GEOG0137 Urban Imaginations $ # GEOG0149 Urban Policy#
GEOG0142 London: Aspects of Change GEOG0152 Introduction to Citizen Science & Scientific Crowdsourcing
GEOG0163 Data, Politics and Society $ # GEOG0155 Social Science Research: Methodologies and Methods #
GEOG0173 Aquatic Systems & Monitoring with Fieldclass # GEOG0162 Cartography and Data Visualisation
GEOG0167 Migratory Activisms, Creative Citizenships GEOG0161 Global Urban Theory Lab
GEOG0176 Field Evidence of Environmental Change