The undergraduate human geography and urban-rural planning program equip students with a good knowledge and understanding of geography, urban-rural planning and management science and enable students to develop appropriate practical and personal transferable skills. The program covers aspects of theory and method of human geography, principle of resource and environment, theory of middle or small town planning, municipal engineering design and management, laws, policies and regulations of resources, environment and urban design. Graduates have a wide choice of professional careers within related fields.

Core courses: Surveying, Cartography, Human Geography, Economic Geography, Physical Geography, Remote Sensing Technology, Geographical Information System, Land Resources, Computer-aided Planning and Design, Land Evaluation and Management, Architectural Design, Urban Planning Principles, overall Urban Planning, Village Planning, City Garden Planning, Regional Analysis and Planning, Land Use Planning.