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Why study this degree?
Because it is the science of land. It is natural, environmental, and at the same time eminently social, which allows it to have a perspective based on the integration of complex relations between human groups, and between humans and the environment, from the double perspective of theory and applied methods.
Because it allows the identification of the planet’s diversity and the problems that affect it at different levels: risks of environmental degradation in relation to human action; sustainable use of natural resources; spatial strategies of socioeconomic development; social and geopolitical conflicts.
Because it manages advanced computing and cartographic tools and techniques (Geographic Computing Systems and remote sensing), which are fundamental for understanding and land planning.
Because it responds to the European Union’s policies on land and environmental planning, and the concept of the landscape as heritage.
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Dept.: Geography and Land Planning
Coordinator: Dr. Severino Escolano Utrilla (firstname.lastname@example.org)