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Spring 2023 Credit Courses
Jun 22, 2024
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Examines the regions of the world conventionally called "industrialized" or developed," including the spatial patterns of physical, cultural elements, and/or international conflicts that impart unique identities within these regions. Uses spatial analysis of both digital and traditional maps to promote critical thinking of complex geographic relationships among regions of the world. IAI S4 901
3.000 Credit hours
3.000 Lecture hours

Levels: Credit
Schedule Types: Blended (Online and On Campus), Lecture, Online LIVE (Synchronous), Online ANYTIME (Asynchronous), PENDING - CLASS FORMAT TBD

Business and Social Sciences Division
Geography Department

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

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