GEOG 200 - Human Geography
This course provides a geographical assessment of the way human activities shape space and place throughout the U.S. and the world. A wide variety of topics are presented and discussed that range from culture, economics, and politics to ethnicity, gender, and ecology. The class is ideal for integrating and synthesizing information from a wide variety of disciplinary perspectives. If you have ANY questions about this course do not hesitate to contact Prof. Jeffrey Smith (532-3412 / email@example.com).