I'm in year 12 and need to start thinking about uni applications. I'm pretty sure the degree I want to do is geography. I'd definitely be looking for Russell Group and maybe Oxbridge (predicted A*A*A), but all of the courses I've seen so far make you decide between human or physical geography.
My problem is that I really enjoy the interdisciplinary aspect of geography and don't particularly want to specialise in human or physical, as I believe having a more rounded knowledge would prove useful in today's society. I know they make you do it for either the BA or BSci, but I don't really care which one I end up with, as long as I get to still do both aspects of geography.
So I was wondering for anyone that's done a geography degree (or similar), are there any loopholes around specialising, or if there are any unis that don't even force you to.