eLearning Centre

Geography

GEOG 1100.1(2) - Global Perspectives on Land and Life

Course Description

An introduction to the world and its major regions,focusing on traits, processes, and geographical patterns which give regions their distinctive character. These elements are derived from the complex interrelationships between human activity and the environment. Regional case studies may include: Europe, monsoon Asia, sub - Saharan Africa, the Middle East, and others.

  Prerequisite:

None

 
  Textbook:    
 

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Fundamentals of World Regional Geography
Joseph J. Hobbs
Cengage Learning

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  Software:


Blackboard Collaborate
This software requires a headset with a microphone

 
  Delivery Mode:   

Class study online with weekly deadlines

 
  Credits:

3 credits hours

 
  Faculty:

Science

 
  Plug-Ins: Acrobat Reader