GEOG 4332 - Population Geography

Description
Focus on global, national, and sub-national population processes, issues, and policies. Emphasis placed on the basic demographic components of fertility, mortality, and migration; on population structures; and on the factors which influence the demographic components and the population structures over time. Policy implications of the population processes and changes explored. Issued addressed from a spatial perspective.
Credits
3
Attributes
Arts, Letters, Sciences, Tech Fee - AHSS - Part 1, Tuition - AHSS - Part 1, Undergraduate Level Course, Upper Level Course (3000-4000), On-line Course, Online Course POT 1
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Recent Semesters
Fall 2019
Avg. Class Size
10
Avg. Sections
2