The requirements for undertaking the North-West University (NWU) Geography.
What is Geography?
Different characteristics of the natural environment (e.g. climate, minerals, topography, oceans) lead to humans establishing different activities on the Earth’s surface (e.g. a mine, a farm, a city or a resort). Different activities influence the natural and socio-economic environment in different ways (e.g. pollution or socio-economic and ethical-moral problems). Geography and Environmental Management studies the total human-nature system with the purpose to understand and manage land use patterns and the influences thereof on the environment.
Geography consists of the following subjects:
- Introduction to Physical Geography
- Introductory to Human Geography
- Physical Geography
- Human Geography
- GIS and Remote Sensing
- Applied Geography
- Calendar (Yearbook) – Faculty of Agricultural and Natural Sciences (Undergraduate)
- Calendar (Yearbook) – Faculty of Humanities (Undergraduate)
- Calendar (Yearbook) – Faculty of Health Sciences (Undergraduate)
- Calendar (Yearbook) – Faculty of Agricultural and Natural Sciences (Postgraduate)
However, if you meet the requirements and wish to apply to study this course. You can simply check the application processes.