2014-2015 University Catalog
Introduction to Human Geography
Three semester hours.
This course is an introduction to the geographic distribution of humans, human activity, and cultures on the Earth. We will explore several topics as they relate to human geography, including population, folk/popular culture, religion, language, ethnicity, politics, agriculture, economic activity and development, and urbanization. Throughout the course, we will explore the impacts of globalization on culture. It is also hoped that students will gain a greater understanding an appreciation for geography in general, as well as a greater awareness for aspects for human geography that you experience in our globalized world.
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