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This course introduces principles of geography as a spatial science in a study of world regions. After a survey of basic physical and human population characteristics of Earth, the essentials, i.e., environmental, historical, political, economic, and cultural components are synthesized into a regional framework generating distinctive realms, e.g., Subsaharan Africa, Middle America, and East Asia. Students are encouraged to explore selected realms via the vast resources of The Internet. (3 credits)
A “generic” syllabus, outlining general course content and course requirements for this course, is may be viewed on the "Syllabus" page. Prospective students may find this general document of interest.
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