GEOG 1010 People, Places and Landscapes: Introducing Human Geography (3,0,0)

Credits: 3 credits
Delivery: Campus

Students are introduced to human geography concepts, issues, and processes that influence the dynamic connections among people, places, and environments at different spatial scales. Through examining people's spatial behavior, their cultural diversity, and the resulting landscapes, students explore a wide range of themes including culture and identity, the distribution of privilege and power, population dynamics, economic patterns and uneven development, agriculture and food production, cities and urbanization, geopolitics, globalization, and the challenges of environmentally sustainable development.
Note: students can only receive the credits for either GEOG1010 or GEOG1190
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