Geography & Regional Planning Course Code
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Five (5) important credit subject include:
Geography & Regional Planning is one of the course concern about the study or understanding the welfare of people and the communities that they live in by creating sustainable, equitable, efficient, and aesthetically pleasing living environments in the present and future.
Duration of study: 4 years
Note that, all fresh graduate from senior secondary school, by any means of processing admission either through JAMB, etc. to study Geography & Regional Planning at any Polytechnic, College of Education and University of your choice, the prerequisite that determines your eligibility for admission is a subject combination of Geography & Regional Planning Course.
JAMB – Subject Combination
Geography & Regional Planning. – English, Government, Economics, Mathematics
The above subjects are the key requirement to be registered during the jamb admission registration form.
Meanwhile, If you are a newly admitted students, the area of concentration is what we are looking at in this article.
The list of courses you need to study as a first-year or fresh students in any tertiary institution include:
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|COURSE CODE||COURSE TITLE CREDITS|
Introduction to Geography,
Man and his Physical Environment 3
|GEO 112||Practical Physical Geography 3|
|GEO 113||Elementary Land Survey 3|
Introduction to Environmental
|GST 111||Use of English I 3|
|Philosophy and Logic 2|
Introduction to Geography,
Man and his Cultural Environment 3
|GEO 122||Practical Human Geography 3|
|GEO 123||Local Field Studies 3|
|GST 121||Nigerian People and Culture 3|
|GST 122||The History and Philosophy of Science 3|
|GST 123||Use of English II 3|
|GEO 311||Field Studies in Geography||2|
|GEO 312||Research Methods in Geography||2|
|GEO 313||Advanced Statistical Methods in Geography||2|
|GEO 314||Population Analysis||2|
|GEO 315||Soil Geography||2|
|GEO 316||Settlement Systems||2|
|GEO 317||Environmental Cognition and Landscape|
|GEO 318||Elements of Urban Planning||2|
|GEO 319||Rural Geography and Settlement||2|
|GEO 320||Transportation Geography||2|
|GEO 321||Elements of Political Geography||2|
|GEO 322||Industrial Geography||2|
|GEO 323||Geography Fieldwork Tech (Practical)||2|
|GEO 324||Regional Geography of Africa||2|
|GEO 325||Aerial Photo Interpretation and|
|GEO 326||Advanced Quantitative Techniques||2|
|GEO 328||Applied Climatology||2|
|GEO 329||Introduction to Hydrology and|
|GEO 330||Land Use Evaluation and Planning||2|
|GEO 332||Geographical Information System||2|
|GEO 333||Agricultural Geography||2|
Candidates are hereby informed that the registration of course form always lasts for two (2) weeks after the resumption. The hard copy print out should be submitted to the Faculty officer for verification and authorisation.