GEDS Options Evening Presentation

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Welcome to the GEDS option
evening for students on the
following programmes:
BSc Community Development and Public Policy
BSc Social Science
BA/BSc Geography (and Environment)
BSc Environmental Management
BSc Environmental Science
BSc Development Studies with Environment
All programmes have the same
requirements:
• Birkbeck Common Awards Scheme requires 360 credits
in total at levels 4, 5 and 6 for completion of an
undergraduate degree.
• You will normally have taken 90 credits (3 modules) per
year over 4 years OR 120 credits (4 modules) per year
over 3 years.
• Level 4 (foundation) modules would normally have been
taken first, in years 1 or 2.
• Level 5 (intermediate) modules are normally taken in
years 2 or 3.
• Level 6 (advanced) modules are normally taken in years
3 and 4.
• You must take NO MORE than 120 CATS at level 4 and
NO LESS than 120 CATS at level 6.
BSc Community Development and Public Policy
Year 1
(30 level 4; 60 level 5)
Introductions: community and local
government studies (4)
Leadership and governance in Local
Communities (4)
Community based project Development
and Management (4)
Year 2
(30 level 4; 60 level 5)
Year 3
(60 level 5; 30 level 6)
Year 4
(90 level 6)
Community action (WA) (4)
Social Justice (JE/CJ) (5)
Participation and Community Engagement (CJ) (5)
Knowing the Social World (Kate Nicholls) (5)
Equality and Diversity:
development of policy and practice
in Britain (WA) (6)
Cities and Urban inequalities (PW) (6)
The Politics of Race and Diaspora (WA) (6)
Dissertation (6)
(60 CATS)
Social Conflict (JE) (5)
Or level 5 option
Urbanisation in Developing World (5)
Social Relations and social Policy (5)
Environment, Economy and Society in
Europe (5)
Contemporary British Politics (5)
BSc Environmental Science (part time)
Year 1
90 CATS
Year 2
90 CATS
Humans and
Environment (4)
Global Environmental
Issues (4)
Foundations of Env
Science (4)
Introduction to
Geology OR
Basic PGIS (4)
Environmental
Processes (5)
Methods and
Techniques (5)
Year 3
60 level 5; 30 level 6
OR
30 level 5; 60 level 6
Year 4
90 level 6
Contemporary debates in Food and farming (IT) (5)
Ecological Communities (5)
Landscapes: past and future (BB) (6)
Coastal Processes and Management (DH) (6)
Environment and Security (KB) (5)
Storms, seas and rivers : hydrology in the field (SB) (6)
*Ecological Surveying and Monitoring (FB) (6) (1 week residential in September
2015 – only for students in year 3)
*Conservation management planning (FB) (6) (2 weekends in Feb/March 2016)
Interpretation and education planning (FB) (6) (2 weekends in Feb/March 2015)
People, Policy and Practice (MF) (6)
PGIS (JB) (6)
Remote Sensing and Image Processing (PE) (6)
Project(60 CATS)/lit review(30 CATS) (6) (normally taken in year 4)
Modules in red are not running in 2014-15 but will run in 2015-16 subject to
demand
Can substitute 30 CATS module from Earth Sciences if you have taken Intro Geol
*Module is 15 CATS
BSc Environmental Management (part time)
Year 1
90 CATS
Year 2
90 CATS
Humans and
Environment (4)
Global Environmental
Issues (4)
Foundations of Env
Science (4)
Basic PGIS (4)
Environmental
Processes (5)
EESE (5)
Year 3
60 level 5; 30 level 6
OR
30 level 5; 60 level 6
Methods And Techniques (5) is compulsory
Year 4
90 level 6
Landscapes: past and future (BB) (6)
Contemporary debates in Food and farming (IT) (5)
Ecological Communities (5)
Coastal Processes and Management (DH) (6)
Storms, seas and rivers : hydrology in the field (SB) (6)
People Policy and Practice (6) (MF)
Environment and Development (tbc) (6)
Cities and urban Inequalities (PW) (6)
Environment and Security (KB) (5)
Urbanisation in Developing countries (JB) (5)
*Ecological Surveying and Monitoring (FB) (6) (1 week residential in September
2015 – only for students in year 3)
*Conservation management planning (FB) (6) (2 weekends in Feb/March 2016)
Interpretation and education planning (FB) (6) (2 weekends in Feb/March 2015)
PGIS (JB) (6)
Remote Sensing and Image Processing (PE) (6)
Modules in red are not running in 2014-15 but will run in 2015-16 subject to
demand
Environmental Project(60 CATS)/Lit review(30 CATS) (6) (normally taken in year 4)
*Module is 15 CATS
BSc Environmental Management (full time)
Year 1
120 CATS
Year 2
120 CATS
Year 3
30 level 5 and 90 level 6
OR
120 level 6
Humans and
Environment (4)
Global Environmental
Issues (4)
Foundations of Env
Science (4)
Basic PGIS (4)
Environmental
Processes (5)
EESE (5)
Methods and
Techniques (5)
Landscapes: past and future (BB) (6)
Contemporary debates in Food and farming (IT) (5)
Ecological Communities (5)
Coastal Processes and Management (DH) (6)
Storms, seas and rivers : hydrology in the field (SB) (6)
People Policy and Practice (6) (MF)
Environment and Development (tbc) (6)
Cities and urban Inequalities (PW) (6)
Environment and Security (KB) (5)
Urbanisation in Developing countries (JB) (5)
*Ecological Surveying and Monitoring (FB) (6) (1 week residential in September
2015 – only for students in year 3)
*Conservation management planning (FB) (6) (2 weekends in Feb/March 2016)
Interpretation and education planning (FB) (6) (2 weekends in Feb/March 2015)
PGIS (JB) (6)
Remote Sensing and Image Processing (PE) (6)
Modules in red are not running in 2014-15 but will run in 2015-16 subject to
demand
Environmental Project(60 CATS)/Lit review(30 CATS) (6)
*Module is 15 CATS
Level 5 or 6 option
BSc Geography (part time)
Year 1
90 CATS
Year 2
90 CATS
Humans and
Environment (4)
Global Environmental
Issues (4)
Human Geography (4)
Basic PGIS (4)
Environmental
Processes (5)
EESE (5)
Year 3
60 level 5; 30 level 6
OR
30 level 5; 60 level 6
Methods And Techniques (5) is compulsory
Year 4
90 level 6
Contemporary debates in Food and farming (IT) (5)
PGIS (JB) (6)
Landscapes: past and future (BB) (6)
Storms, seas and rivers : hydrology in the field (SB) (6)
Gender: space and time (RC) (6)
Coastal processes and Management (DH) (6)
Remote Sensing and Image Processing (PE) (6)
Environment and Development (tbc) (6)
Anthropology Development and Tourism (6) (PVS) (Shirley Eber)
Anthropology of Space, Architecture and Landscape (6) (PVS) (Chantal Butinsky)
Cities and urban Inequalities (PW) (6)
The politics of race and Diasporas (WA) (6)
Environment and Security (KB) (5)
Urbanisation in Developing Countries (JB) (5)
Independent Geographical Study (60 CATS)/Lit review (30 CATS) (6) (normally taken
in year 4)
BSc Geography (full time)
Year 1
120 CATS
Year 2
120 CATS
Year 3
30 level 5 and 90 level 6
OR
120 level 6
Humans and
Environment (4)
Global Environmental
Issues (4)
Human Geography (4)
Basic PGIS (4)
Environmental
Processes (5)
EESE (5)
Methods and
Techniques (5)
Contemporary debates in Food and farming (IT) (5)
PGIS (JB) (6)
Landscapes: past and future (BB) (6)
Storms, seas and rivers : hydrology in the field (SB) (6)
Gender: space and time (RC) (6)
Coastal processes and Management (DH) (6)
Remote Sensing and Image Processing (PE) (6)
Environment and Development (tbc) (6)
Anthropology Development and Tourism (6) (PVS) (Shirley Eber)
Anthropology of Space, Architecture and Landscape (6) (PVS) (Chantal Butinsky)
Cities and urban Inequalities (PW) (6)
The politics of race and Diasporas (WA) (6)
Environment and Security (KB) (5)
Urbanisation in Developing Countries (JB) (5)
Independent Geographical Study (60 CATS)/Lit review (30 CATS) (6)
Level 5 or 6 option
BSc Development Studies with Environment
(part time)
Year 1
90 CATS
Year 2
90 CATS
Humans and
Environment (4)
Global Environmental
Issues (4)
Development and
Globalisation (4)
Children, Youth and
International
Development (5)
2 options at level 5
Year 3
60 level 5; 30 level 6
OR
30 level 5; 60 level 6
Year 4
90 level 6
Methods And Techniques (5) is compulsory for students doing a projects
Environmental Processes (SB) or Environmental Security (KB) (5)
Environment and Development (tbc) (6)
Race and Diasporas (WA) (6)
Anthropology Development and Tourism (6) (PVS) (Shirley Eber)
Anthropology of Space, Architecture and Landscape (6) (PVS) (Chantal Butinsky)
Urbanisation in Developing Countries (JB) (5)
Food and Farming (IT) (5)
Environmental Project (60 CATS)/Lit Review (30 CATS) (normally taken in year 4)
What to do now
•
Shortly you will receive an email from your Course Administrator containing an Option
Choice Form and details of the options available to you.
•
The form will contain a drop down list of the relevant option modules for your year
group. Please complete the form and return it to GEDS ([email protected]) by
MONDAY 23 June 2014.
•
Places will be allocated on a first-come-first-served basis. Failure to return the form will
result in your options being chosen for you.
•
Your MyBirkbeck profile will be updated with your module choices before the start of
the 2014/15 academic year.
•
Further information can be found on the GEDS website under information for current
students. The presentations from this evening will also be available on the GEDS
website.
•
Please enjoy the rest of the evening and ask the tutors any questions you have.
Term dates for 2014-15
Autumn term
Monday 29 September to Friday 12 December 2014
Spring term
Monday 5 January to Friday 20 March 2015
Summer term
Monday 20 April to Friday 3 July 2015
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