Building on a relevant Bachelor’s degree* the students of this Master’s Degree Programme further develop integrated and network thinking skills at the intersections of society and environment. Students may choose a focus from four main topics: urban and regional development, development studies, natural hazard research and mountain research. Students also learn a variety of methodologies from the fields of social sciences, geoinformatics, remote sensing as well as terrain and laboratory methodologies.

* Currently 20 percent of the students of this Master’s Degree Programme have a Bachelor’s degree in non-geographical disciplines

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