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Columbian College of Arts and Sciences
Geography (GEOG)
GEOG
3197
Special Topics in Regional Geography
Special Topics in Region Geog
Spring 2016
3
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Special Topics
Lecture
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Various topics in regional geography, including world regional geography as well studies of specific regions of interest. Enrollment requires permission of the instructor.
- Analyze the spatial patterns of human and physical phenomenon in each world region - Spatially identify major geographic features of a region or regions on regional maps - Understand the properties and mechanics of regional & global physical processes - Critically examine the cultural, economic, and political relations within and between the various regions of the world - Identify significant natural resources and economic industries of each region and understand the connections that resources and production have with the region’s population distribution and characteristics, economy, politics, and international relations - Identify and understand the significance of numerous contemporary geographic issues within a region and/or among the world’s regions
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echacko (Fri, 01 Jan 2016 06:12:57 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 regional geography course as a sample.
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