Human Geography (GEOG 1101)
This course offers an introduction to geographic facts, theories and methods as they relate to humans and their occupation of the Earth. It uses a general systems perspective and a thematic approach to understanding where, why and how humans live. Various themes covered are the human-Earth relationship, population, migration, cultural systems, language, religion, social customs, social systems,development, politics, urbanization, agriculture, industrialization and natural resource use.
1. Geography, and Geographic Methods. The Language of Maps
2. Culture and Socio-Cultural Systems
3. Geographies of Religion and Race
4. Political Geography
5. Urban Geography
1. Apply vocabulary, methods and theories used by Geographers and other Social Scientists to explain Human Spatial Patterns
2. Identify the Spatial Patterns of Human Activities, and the Interrelatedness of the Local with the Global
3. Know Facts, Place Names, and Case Studies that Illustrate Concepts and Theories used by Social Scientists
4. Explain how their own Socio-Cultural Background affects their perspective of other groups of people
Placement score into READ 0200 or placement score into ESOL 0052 or completion of READ 0100 or ESOL 0042 with faculty recommendation into ESOL 0052.