The Department designed the core and general courses based on those offered by the departments of geography worldwide, national educational policies, social demands, the goals and directions for of the Department's development and student needs.

The undergraduate courses are composed of 128 liberal and professional credits with optional credits for taking courses in educational subjects. The required professional courses total 24 credits covering physical, human, and regional geography as well as research methodology.

The MA program and Environment,Tourism and Recreation studies program contains 28 course credits. After the thesis is completed and reviewed as qualified, the MA degree is granted. The Ph.D. program consists of 28 course credits. With the dissertation successfully reviewed, the Ph.D. degree is granted. The graduate courses are designed to cultivate professional research capabilities in consistance with the undergraduate-level courses of which the depth and width is strengthened.

  • Courses Structure
    • Undergraduate pdf
    • Master Program(Geography)pdf
    • Master Program(Environment,Tourism and Recreation studies )pdf
    • Doctoral Programpdf