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World Regional Geography

Units : 3       Transfer : CSU/UC
Hours Per Week : 3 lecture

An introduction to the world's major geographic regions; their cultural practices, politics, economics, religions, history and environmental characteristics.  Location and analysis of important geographic features including mountains, rivers, countries and major cities of Asia, Australia, Africa, North America, Europe, and South America. (GEOG 5)

Course Student Learning Outcomes - GEOG 0005 - World Regional Geography

CSLO 1 - Identify and describe all world regions as areas of geographic study using maps, and concepts of location.

CSLO 2 - Create an outline chart or notes of environmental and cultural characteristics of each of the world regions and be prepared to write about each location.

CSLO 3 - Design and locate regional geographic features of all world regions as accessed by mapping exercises.






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