GES-104. World Geography. 3 Hours.

Students will study world regions, applying geographic methods to local, regional, and global scales. This includes spatial patterns in both the physical environment (climate, soils, natural resources, topography, etc.) and the human environment (population, economic, political, urban, trade, culture, language, etc.) The course includes map interpretation and an introduction to modern geospatial technologies.

Illinois Articulation Initiative

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