This course offers a critical introduction to human geography. It explores, analyzes, and interprets the diverse human landscapes in global context. Using a thematic approach, the course focuses on modernization, population, nature, cultural identity, landscapes, agriculture, economic and regional development, the politics of territory and space, urbanization, and future geographies at various scales.
Hours: 45 (Lecture Hours: 3)
Total Weeks: 15
- Introduction and History of Geography
- Geographic Thought
- Geography of Population
- Nature, Society and Technology
- The Cultural Mosaic
- Interpretation of Places and Landscapes
- Geography of Economic Development
- Agriculture and Food Production
- Political Geography: Territory and Space
- Urbanization: Processes and Patterns
- Urban Space and Structures
- Geography of the Future
- Introduce human geography as a unifying discipline of study
- Explore important traditions, theories, concepts and themes in human geography.
- Analyze and interpret places, regions and landscapes.
- Explore the relationship between global processes and local patterns
- Discuss the interdependence between core and peripheral regions
- Develop critical reading and logical thinking skills
Grading System: Letters
Passing Grade: D (50%)
Percentage of Individual Work: 100
Textbooks are subject to change. Please contact the bookstore at your local campus for current book lists.