GC 360 Population Geography 4 cr.  (3-0-2)

Population Geography enables students to explain issues and themes related to the patterns, processes, and consequences of the spatial distribution of people on Planet Earth. Students will analyze challenges associated with the geographic distribution of populations at the global, national, regional, and local scales, and they will learn the fundamental components of population change, fertility, mortality, and migration. Students will also apply methods and tools geographers use in their research and practice.