Geography is conceived as an academic study programme. Its graduates are prepared for work in, for example, spatial development, nature and landscape protection, tourism, but they can also continue their studies in a follow-up master’s programme. This programme provides a comprehensive insight into all the basic geographical disciplines, with an emphasis on the interdependence of the natural and socio-economic (human or social) subsystems of the landscape sphere. The foundation of the Bachelor’s degree in Geography consists of general geographical disciplines (physical geography and geoecology, economic geography, social geography and regional development, sustainable development, environmental protection), regional geography and cartography with geoinformatics. Together with the knowledge, the student learns the analytical methods of each geographical discipline and acquires the skills to evaluate and interpret geographical data.