Knowledge branch: Social and legal science
Taught at: FACULTY OF GEOGRAPHY AND HISTORY
Core subjects: 60
Compulsory subjects: 138
Optional subjects: 30
External placements: ------
Degree final project 12
1st year available places: 80
Regulated professions for which the degree certificate qualifies: Not applicable
Languages used in class: Castellano, Valenciano
Minimum number of enrolment credits per student: 30 ECTS
Degree Academic Committee President (CAT): Pitarch Garrido, Mª Dolores
Degree coordinator Camarasa Belmonte, Ana Mª
External placements coordinator: Segura Beltrán, Francisca
Exchange coordinator del Romero Renau, Luis
The Degree in Geography and the Environment provides a general education which prepares graduates for work associated with town and country planning and environmental administration. It also provides students with the ability to apply their knowledge at all levels of analysis.
The theoretical subject areas incorporate practical blackboard exercises, analyses of historical texts and complementary activities that aid studying and comprehension and contribute towards the student’s overall grade.
Students have the chance to carry out optional external internships (for 6 credits), which will allow them to get closer to one of the professions related to the history.
The History, History of Art and Geography and the Environment degrees have the same academic pathway in the fourth year. This pathway is made up of 30 optional credits and is aimed at those who wish to take the Master’s Degree in Secondary Education Teaching.