An introduction to human geography: a spatial perspective on the study of population and migration, globalization, uneven economic development, geopolitics, cities and rural spaces, cultural meanings of place, and struggles for spatial justice.
CDE students only even after level restrictions removed; Degree students enroll in GEOG 070 A; Total combined enrollment: 120
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