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Title

The new degree in Geography

AuthorsMéndez, Ricardo
KeywordsGeography degree
Educational offer
Issue Date1995
PublisherAsociación de Geógrafos Españoles
CitationBoletín de la Asociación de Geógrafos Españoles, Nº. 21-22, 1995‑1996, pags. 127-130
AbstractIn recent years the education offered by Spanish universities has undergone a period of far-reaching change. The ever increasing need to adapt to the requirements of modem society, the systems of production and the job market has led to the rejuvenation of certain degree courses which at times had fallen obsolete, with the consequent incorporation of new areas of study together with the transformation of others of long-standing tradition. Geography is deeply immersed in this reform process, a process which has changed its institutional standing by allowing students to graduate in Geography as a degree in its own right, something which had formerly been impossible. This has clearly had imporiant repercussions on the development of its teaching within the university, as well as on the professional prospects of today's undergraduates and tomorrow's geographers.
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URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/10261/10927
ISSN0212-9426
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