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Great Lakes College Senior Campus

Great Lakes College Senior Campus


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NESA Course Number

Year 11  11190  2 Units

Year 12  15190  2 Units


The Year 11 course investigates biophysical (natural) and human geography and develops student knowledge and understanding of the spatial (where things occur) and ecological (why things occur there) dimensions of Geography.  Students also study population geography and issues such as development geography and natural resource use.  Issues are investigated through fieldwork, the application of skills and the study of particular case studies.


The Year 12 HSC course enables students to appreciate geographical perspectives relating to contemporary issues in our world. There are specific studies about biophysical and human processes, interactions and trends.  Topics studied include Ecosystems at Risk, People & Economic Activity (Oyster Farming) and Urban Places.


To learn more about the Geography course click the link.