eLearning Centre

Geography

GEOG 1200 - People, Place and Environment

COURSE DESCRIPTION

This course introduces environmental geography through an integrative approach that explores how humans have impacted and been impacted by earth’s physical systems. Human linkages with the atmosphere, biosphere, hydrosphere and solid earth will be explored. Emphasis will be placed on geographical problems and interaction between humans and environment of varying scales in order to better understand the complexity of our natural world. Where appropriate, case studies will be used to highlight specific methods of geographical analysis.

  Prerequisite:

None

 
  Textbook:    
  Title:
Author:
Publisher:

Living in the Environment
Miller and Hackett
Nelson Education: Toronto

We make every effort to have accurate, up-to-date textbook information available on our web site at all times but textbook choices and selections are subject to change without notice.

 

 
  Software:


Blackboard Collaborate
This software requires a headset with a microphone

 
  Delivery Mode:

Class Study online with  weekly deadlines

 
  Credits:

3 credit hours

 
  Faculty:

Science

 
  Plug-Ins: Acrobat Reader