GEOG 2000 Human (Cultural) Geography — 4 credits
The human population is incredibly varied. In this course, students study population distributions, variations, processes of change and migrations; cultural characteristics (ethnicity, language, religion) and the resulting landscapes; economic processes and land uses; and the architecture and complex features of towns, cities and metropolitan regions. Students will be introduced to valuable concepts and perspectives of geography and learn about patterns and processes around the world. Required course for elementary education majors and social studies majors seeking secondary education licensure. Open to all students. Offered in the College for Women and the College for Adults.