The geography of economic, social, and environmental well-being and inequality. The course will provide an integrated perspective on the causes, interconnections, and consequences across time and space of, among others, globalization, climate change, poverty, employment, migration and urban growth, agricultural productivity, rural development, policies and international trade. Portraits of selected countries and regions will be developed.

Prerequisites/Rules:
CORE: SB, D General Education: DSHS or DSSP
Credits: 3
Grading Method: Regular

Course Offerings

    Spring 2019Instructor: Unlisted/TBDView: Syllabus
    Fall 2019Instructor: Unlisted/TBD
    Spring 2018Instructor: Unlisted/TBDView: Syllabus
    Fall 2018Instructor: Unlisted/TBDView: Syllabus
    Fall 2017Instructor: Unlisted/TBDView: Syllabus
    Fall 2014Instructor: Unlisted/TBDView: Syllabus