World Regional Geography is a study of the major developed and developing regions of the world, with emphasis on an awareness of prevailing world conditions and emerging developments, including the diversity of ideas and practices in various regions.
Major topics will include:
culture, religion, language, landforms, climate, agriculture, and economic activities.
To form critical viewpoints by becoming aware of and being able to assess the general political, economic, and social development issues of the world.
To develop a knowledge of the relative locations of places in the world -- major states, cities, and geographical features.
To be able to provide critical evaluation of various viewpoints concerning a specific issue expressed through several means of communication, such as written, oral, and/or visual material; and to be able to organize and communicate their findings effectively.
To acquire and improve general reading, writing, and analytical skills that can be applied to personal and professional endeavors in and beyond the World Geography course.
If you have, or think you have a disability which may interfere with your ability to perform in this class, please speak with me immediately regarding any accommodations and contact the Disabled Students Programs and Services Office at (909) 652-6379.
Computers also available in the Success Center (BEB Building) and in the ATL Building. See the campus map in your syllabus! Monday, July 5th Library Closed: CLOSED Sunday 9 a.m. -1 2 p.m. Saturday CLOSED Friday 9 a.m. - 7 p.m. Monday - Thursday Summer Semester June 21st - July 29th 2010