World Geography

Starts from:Mon, August 8, 2022
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World Geography

World Geography introduces the five basic themes of geography: Location, Place, Human/Environment Interaction, Movement, and Region. The course covers the continents in terms of population growth, economic development, urbanization, resource allocation, land use and geopolitics. Students also learn about the physical characteristics of the Earth, including climate issues, weather patterns, landforms, soils, vegetation and water usage. Students also explore the division of the world’s natural resources, along with the pollution that mankind generates with its effect on the environment. The course allows students to understand the history of nation states, boundary formations, issues of natural resources, geopolitical history, political and economic systems, the development of cities and the impact of globalization. Arab history is integrated throughout this course.