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2019-2020 Undergraduate Catalog 
2019-2020 Undergraduate Catalog

GE 3300 - Introduction to Human Geography

This course focuses on basic concepts describing the distribution of human cultural, economic, political and social activities throughout the world. Patterns of human activity cannot be explained by physical features alone; rather, patterns of human activity are the result of the interaction between people and their environment. Students will be introduced to various means of visually representating geographic data, including various types and projections of maps. Students will demonstrate their ability to use geographic concepts and tools to define problems and propose and evaluate potential solutions to those problems.