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Jul 25, 2024
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Introduces a thematic or regional approach to the basic concepts of how world regions are constructed or classified. Uses spatial analysis of both traditional and digital map factors to explore and assess how regions evolve, change over time, and are classified. Explores both developed and undeveloped regions connecting both human and physical geographical factors shaping and defining the classification of regions and interrelationships between them. IAI S4 906
3.000 Credit hours
3.000 Lecture hours
0.000 Lab hours

Levels: Credit
Schedule Types: Blended (Online and On Campus), Lecture, Online LIVE (Synchronous), PENDING - CLASS FORMAT TBD, Online ANYTIME (Asynchronous)
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Business and Social Sciences Division
Geography Department

Course Attributes:
Communication - Introduction, Diverse Persp & Culture-Pract, Geography-AA/AS/AES, Information Literacy-Intro, Geography Elective, Quantitative Reasoning-Intro, Intl Bacc Exam Credit Eligible, Social/Behavioral Sci-AA/AS, Social/Behavioral Sciences-AAS, World Culture and Diversity, Critical Thinking - Reinforce

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