GEO 1101 Human Geography
This course will analyze the spatial patterns of human activities including settlement patterns, population, distribution of languages and religions and their interactions with the environment.
Division: Liberal Arts, Communication and Social Sciences
Repeatable Credit: No
Offered Online: Yes
- Explain processes associated with geographic distribution of resources used and economic activities.
- Explain the concept of culture and the geographic patterns and processes associated with cultural traits such as language, religion, and ethnicity.
- Analyze and explain geographic patterns of population and demographic characteristics such as fertility, mortality, and migration.
- Explain the impact of human behavior on the landscape in different settings.
- Explain how geographers approach the study of humans and cultural activities.
- Analyze the relationships between political patterns and processes and cultural characteristics at various scales.
- Identify the concept of globalization and the impact on cultural, economic, spatial, and social relationships at various scales.
Credit Hours: 3
Classroom Hours: 3