GEO 110 - Geography and Conflict

Focuses on the economic processes and resulting spatial patterns that created today's multicultural America. Students use computer-based geographic methods and mapping technologies to unlock and explore demographic data from various decennial censuses of the United States since 1790. Through studying how various ethnic and racial groups were culturally and geographically transformed in America and by applying geographic information systems to real population data, students will develop a rich understanding of diversity in America and the skills to make powerful interdisciplinary connections.

3 credit(s).

Last Term Offered: Fall 2015