- Know, understand and interpret the territory.
- Understand the interrelationships between the physical and human societies.
- Understand the environment as a resource, and interpret the action of man on the geographical environment.
- Learn about the diversity of places, regions and landscapes.
- Locate and manage geographic information analysis tool for land and tourism.
- Ability to analyze the interrelationships between the physical and human societies and their distribution in the Earth's surface.
- Ability to link the events and processes at different geographical scales.
- Understanding of spatial relationships
- Analyze and interpret the landscape
- Interpretation and implementation of mapping
- A globalizing attitude which allows to link events of various kinds, and to understand the multiple causes of social realities.
- An honest attitude and scientific management that enables the interpretation and production of information accurately and objectively.
- A participatory approach, which allows, through direct contact with the area to observe, recognize and interpret them directly in the events and processes.
- A critical, committed and responsible, allowing awareness of the risks and consequences of certain actions on the territory, promoting social justice and practices or strategies for sustainable development.