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GEOG 100

Introduction to Human Geography


Details
Classes
Instructors

Format:

Lecture

Credits:

3

Prerequisites:

None

Description:

This course takes a geographical perspective to explore the social and environmental issues that shape our world today. Consideration of the historical roots of globalization will help students to learn about a variety of topics such as population, migration, cultural change, economic development, and human impacts on nature. Field trips will also be included as part of the course content.


Class Semester Day Time Rm Type Instructor
GEOG 100 Summer 2014 M
W
10:30am to 12:15pm
10:30am to 12:15pm
5
5
Lecture Cernigoj, Mark
GEOG 100 Spring 2014 M
W
12:50pm to 2:20pm
12:50pm to 2:20pm
5
5
Lecture Cernigoj, Mark
GEOG 100 Fall 2015 T
TH
12:55pm to 2:20pm
12:55pm to 2:20pm
5
5
Lecture Cernigoj, Mark
GEOG 100 Spring 2015 M
W
12:50pm to 2:20pm
12:50pm to 2:20pm
205
205
Lecture Cernigoj, Mark
GEOG 100 Summer 2015 M
W
12:50pm to 2:40pm
12:50pm to 2:40pm
207
207
Lecture Cernigoj, Mark
GEOG 100 Spring 2016 M
W
2:25pm to 4:05pm
2:25pm to 4:05pm
5
5
Lecture Cernigoj, Mark
GEOG 100 Summer 2016 M
W
2:45pm to 4:30pm
2:45pm to 4:30pm
5
5
Lecture Cernigoj, Mark
GEOG 100 Fall 2016 T
TH
12:50pm to 2:20pm
12:50pm to 2:20pm
100
100
Lecture Cernigoj, Mark
GEOG 100 Spring 2017 T
TH
2:25pm to 3:50pm
2:25pm to 3:50pm
202
202
Lecture Cernigoj, Mark
GEOG 100 Summer 2017 M
W
4:30pm to 6:15pm
4:30pm to 6:15pm
207
207
Lecture Cernigoj, Mark

Mark Cernigoj
Instructor

BA (Hons), MA (British Columbia), TESL
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