Economic Geography

Economic Geography
Introduction to economic processes and spatial patterns, emphasizing theoretical approaches, locational strategies, and changing economic land-use patterns.
 Hours3.0 Credit, 3.0 Lecture, 0.0 Lab
 PrerequisitesGeog 100 or instructor's consent.
 ProgramsContaining GEOG 331
Course Outcomes

Conceptualizing EconGeog

Identify and discuss the basic concepts and theoretical frameworks in Economic Geography

Patterns and Trends

Recognize and explain spatial patterns and trends of economic activities

Data and Methods

Data: Locate, acquire, clean-up and use secondary economic data

Methods: Use various geographic tools of analysis to understand and visualize geographic trends and patters

Spatial Reasoning

Use spatial quantitative reasoning to identify (and possible suggest viable solutions to) global problems/issues