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GEOG 3195 : Special Topics in Human Geography
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Special Topics in Human Geography
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Special Topics in Human Geog
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Topics in human geography including population, urban, cultural, political and economic issues amongst others. Enrollment requires permission of the instructor.
• Spatially identify major human geographic patterns and features on select maps at various scales • Think critically and analytically about human influences on the geography of the world • Understand the relationship between human activity and the natural environment • Identify and understand the significance of numerous contemporary human geographic issues
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GEOG 3198 Human Geog.doc
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Fri, 01 Jan 2016 06:11:29 GMT
Rollback: You need to submit a detailed syllabus. You may use a past syllabus of a course that was offered as a special topics in human geography course as a sample.