Geography 110. World Regional Geography.

Study of world regions with emphasis on the geographic relationships—physical and cultural—that give them their character. Emphasizes the political and cultural formations of human societies. Who lives where? Which languages are spoken where? How did the nations of the world arrive at their present borders? Why do some parts of the world see constant conflict; why are some regions of disputed ownership? Why are some places more developed than others? Focus on familiarity with map locations.

Course Information
  • Credit:3
  • Term:Fall
Instructors
Aram Yardumian