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GEOG 310 - Human Geography

Human geography explores how human cultures and societies adapt to and shape natural landscapes and built environments. It considers spatial patterns within areas such as demographics, economics, politics, agriculture, and urban environments, focusing on both Canadian and international contexts. Skills in reading paper and digital maps and aerial photographs are also developed.

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January 4 - April 16, 2021


Take this course as a non-credit Public Access Course:
$155.00
Take this course for credit as a visiting student:

$1266.00

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