A GLO 305 / AGOG 405 Topics in Globalization Studies: World Regions and Global Markets

Analyzes human development from the perspective of the world’s major regions. Outlines the main political, economic, biogeographic, historical, geographical, food and linguistic-based divisions found among human societies. Summaries the distinctiveness of the world’s major regions and outlines the ways in which regions operate in today’s global economy. Students should have taken at least one of the following courses or by permission of the instructor: GOG 101 (Introduction to Physical Geography), GOG102 (Introduction to Human Geography), GOG 225 (World Cities: Geographies of Globalization).