Social/Behavioral Science Exploration
Sustainability - Limited
Geography is by nature spatial and interdisciplinary. A general knowledge of the realms and regions of the world is fundamental to understanding the deeper relations of human-human and human-environment interactions. The course seeks to provide a broad overview of global neighborhoods, by examining physical, cultural, social, political, and economic characteristics. Within each realm, the course considers many themes ranging from development and food production to languages, religion, political systems, and current events.