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GEOG 1992 Human Geographies

3 credit hours

Examines social, political, economic, and cultural processes creating the geographical worlds in which we live, and how these spatial relationships shape our everyday lives. Studies urban growth, geopolitics, agricultural development and change, economic growth and decline, population dynamics, and migration exploring both how these processes work at global scale as well as shape geographies of particular places. Meets MAPS requirement for social science: geography.

  • Summer 2018
  • Fall 2018
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