The Global Economy (GEOG 1103)
This course is an introduction to geographic facts, theories and methods as they relate to economic systems used throughout the world, and the rising pattern of global economic interdependence. This course uses a general-systems and thematic approach to understanding how people and groups cooperate in providing what they need and want. Various themes covered include economic theory and practice, development, production, labor force, land use, natural resources, trade, international organizations and global economic problems.
1. Economic Theories, Geographic Methods
2. Capital, and Economic mobility
3. Fiscal and Monetary Policy Issues
4. Developed and Developing Places
5. Natural Resources and the Enviroment
6. International Businesses and Multi-National Corporations
1. Apply the vocabulary, methods, and theories used by geographers to describe and explain global economic activities
2. Identify the Spatial Patterns of Global Economic Activities
3. Explain how their own Socio-Cultural Upbringing affects their perception of other socioeconomic 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.