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Bsc vs ba... which is better?

Which is respected more and leads to more job opportunities. Or does it really not matter too much.
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Bsc is better to me because I like it more, haha. In terms of human VS physical, whats more important is what you like more. However alot of unis offer geog Ba and Bsc courses that have alot of overlap- I chose bsc but its still got ALOT of social aspects to it
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(Original post by D7654321)
Bsc vs ba... which is better?

Which is respected more and leads to more job opportunities. Or does it really not matter too much.
Hi D7654321

I think that it depends on what you are interested in and what you would like to do in the future.

Completing either degree will develop a skill set which can be used in the employment market in the future.

As someone has previously mentioned some course overlap between so will contain elements of both physical and human geography.
My main advice would be to look at each course and the modules it includes and make your decision from there.

Emily
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