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|HIST 125 - World Regional Geography|
Introduces theories, terms and past and contemporary topics in human geography, including how cultures are born and change, how groups of people organize themselves and their activities both spatially and politically, how patterns of activities emerge and change across time and space, and how we interact with our environments. Students in this course will explore demographic, economic, and social trends and issues across the globe in their geographic and historical context.
3.000 Credit hours
3.000 Lecture hours
Schedule Types: Lecture
History/Political Science Department
Core Human Heritage, Civic Learning