Overview

Geography is the study of the earth's physical features, including landforms, oceans, rivers, mountains, and climate patterns, as well as the human impact on these features and the way in which people interact with and adapt to their environment. It involves the use of maps, satellite imagery, and other spatial data to understand and interpret the world around us.

As a learning path, geography involves exploring the connections between people, places, and the environment through a variety of subjects such as history, economics, politics, and cultural studies. It helps students develop critical thinking and problem-solving skills, as well as an understanding of how different societies and cultures interact with and are shaped by their surroundings.

Jobs you expect

There are many different types of jobs that someone with a degree in geography may be qualified for. Some examples include:

  1. Urban planner - Urban planners use their knowledge of geography and urban development to help design and manage the growth of cities and towns.
  2. Environmental scientist - Environmental scientists use their knowledge of geography to study and protect the natural environment.
  3. Geographer - Geographers study the earth's physical features and how humans interact with them. They may work in research, teaching, or consulting.
  4. GIS specialist - GIS specialists use geographic information systems (GIS) to analyze and interpret spatial data.
  5. Meteorologist - Meteorologists use their knowledge of geography, meteorology, and climatology to study and forecast weather patterns.
  6. Cartographer - Cartographers create maps and other spatial data visualizations using GIS and other software.
  7. Travel agent - Travel agents use their knowledge of geography to help plan and book travel arrangements for individuals and groups.
  8. Tourism development specialist - Tourism development specialists use their knowledge of geography and tourism to help plan and promote tourism in a specific area.


Universities & Schools

Mohammed I university
Faculty of Arts and Humanities

Faculty of Arts and Humanities

Social Sciences
Oujda, Morocco
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Cadi Ayyad University
Faculty of Letters and Human Sciences Marrakech

Faculty of Letters and Human Sciences Marrakech

Marrakech, Morocco
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Cadi Ayyad University
Polydisciplinary Faculty of Safi

Polydisciplinary Faculty of Safi

Marrakech, Morocco
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Geography

Economics & Social Sciences

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T-SHAPED EXPERT

Geography

Economics & Social Sciences

You made the decision, now it's time to enhance it and gain the depth of knowledge you need to advance.

Overview

Geography is the study of the earth's physical features, including landforms, oceans, rivers, mountains, and climate patterns, as well as the human impact on these features and the way in which people interact with and adapt to their environment. It involves the use of maps, satellite imagery, and other spatial data to understand and interpret the world around us.

As a learning path, geography involves exploring the connections between people, places, and the environment through a variety of subjects such as history, economics, politics, and cultural studies. It helps students develop critical thinking and problem-solving skills, as well as an understanding of how different societies and cultures interact with and are shaped by their surroundings.

Jobs you expect

There are many different types of jobs that someone with a degree in geography may be qualified for. Some examples include:

  1. Urban planner - Urban planners use their knowledge of geography and urban development to help design and manage the growth of cities and towns.
  2. Environmental scientist - Environmental scientists use their knowledge of geography to study and protect the natural environment.
  3. Geographer - Geographers study the earth's physical features and how humans interact with them. They may work in research, teaching, or consulting.
  4. GIS specialist - GIS specialists use geographic information systems (GIS) to analyze and interpret spatial data.
  5. Meteorologist - Meteorologists use their knowledge of geography, meteorology, and climatology to study and forecast weather patterns.
  6. Cartographer - Cartographers create maps and other spatial data visualizations using GIS and other software.
  7. Travel agent - Travel agents use their knowledge of geography to help plan and book travel arrangements for individuals and groups.
  8. Tourism development specialist - Tourism development specialists use their knowledge of geography and tourism to help plan and promote tourism in a specific area.


Universities & Schools

Mohammed I university
Faculty of Arts and Humanities

Faculty of Arts and Humanities

Social Sciences
Oujda, Morocco
Visit site
Cadi Ayyad University
Faculty of Letters and Human Sciences Marrakech

Faculty of Letters and Human Sciences Marrakech

Marrakech, Morocco
Visit site
Cadi Ayyad University
Polydisciplinary Faculty of Safi

Polydisciplinary Faculty of Safi

Marrakech, Morocco
Visit site

Certificates