Contemporary World Cultures and Geography (2 semesters)

$385.00 (per semester)

Instructor: Thomas Dyer
UC a-g credit: Yes
NCAA: Not Eligible


The student will go beyond gathering the facts, names and data about the nations and lands of the earth to gain a feel for, or an appreciation of, the richness and variety of the face of our planet.  A global perspective will be developed as the student builds geographic literacy through interpreting maps, pictures, data and primary documents; reading and thinking critically; studying the physical and human geography of specific, self-selected regions of the world; conducting computer research; collaborating locally and within the online community to begin to make connections between local and global experiences and events; writing to inform, persuade and narrate from the geographer’s perspective; extending the curriculum to include documentaries that examine some of the current issues facing regions of the world.

UC “g” Credit approved

Additional information


Semester A, Semester B

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