Principles of managing scarce resources in a world where everyone faces tradeoffs across both time and space. Focuses on the relationship between globalization processes and changing patterns of locational advantages, production, trade, population, socioeconomic and environmental grace and sustainability. (Human Geography)

Prerequisites/Rules:
Credit only granted for: GEOG203, GEOG303, or GEOG332. Formerly: GEOG303.
Credits: 3
Grading Method: Regular

Course Offerings

    Summer 2019 Instructor: Joshua Wayland Co-Instructor: View:
    Summer 2018 Instructor: Joshua Wayland Co-Instructor: View:
    Fall 2019 Instructor: Julie A. Silva Co-Instructor: View:
    Winter 2019 Instructor: Joshua Wayland Co-Instructor: View:
    Fall 2018 Instructor: Julie A. Silva Co-Instructor: View:
    Winter 2018 Instructor: Joshua Wayland Co-Instructor: View:
    Fall 2017 Instructor: Joshua Wayland Co-Instructor: View: Syllabus
    Fall 2016 Instructor: Julie A. Silva Co-Instructor: View:
    Fall 2015 Instructor: Julie A. Silva Co-Instructor: View:
    Fall 2014 Instructor: Julie A. Silva Co-Instructor: View: Syllabus