geo215 | undergraduate
This undergraduate-level course is 5 weeks To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.
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Geography and Technology
- Describe geography and each of the subfields within the discipline of geography.
- Identify applications of geography in historical context and modern-day applications.
- Explain the connection between geography and technology.
Population, Food, and Agriculture
- Explain how a population is defined.
- Analyze the trends or factors that may cause a population to immigrate or emigrate.
- Describe population distributions and density.
- Describe the human food supply and the difference in food supply between first- and third-world countries.
- Describe current agricultural practices in first- and third-world countries, including rural and commercial food production.
Nature, Society, and Cultural Geography
- Describe the role of natural resources for the environmental health of the world community.
- Explain how societies use natural resources to promote culture and societal traditions.
- Describe what is meant by culture and the influences on local cultures.
- Relate the importance of culture to the formation of the modern state.
Climate and Physical Landscapes
- Demonstrate effective use of maps and spatial information.
- Analyze the relationship between climate and physical landscapes.
- Evaluate the major causes of climate change.
Natural Resources and Economic Growth
- Analyze the process of urbanization.
- Describe the distribution of resources needed for economic growth.
- Assess how urbanization affects the limited resources of a community.
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