GEOGRAPHY 461

Economic Geography

3 credit hours

Prerequisites: Junior standing

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

GEOG 461 is a course in which the spatial patterns, processes, and developmental aspects of production are addressed.  Concepts, models, and current opinions related to the geography of population, labor, transportation, agriculture, mining, manufacturing, services, and globalization are examined.

 

In this course, the following topics are usually presented:

 

 

Students are evaluated through four exams, several assignments, and a term project.  The term project may possibly be assigned to small teams of students.

 

For more information about GEOG 461, please contact me.

Office Location:

201B Johnson EPS Bldg.

 

Surface Mail:

Agr, Geosciences, & Nat. Res.

256 Brehm Hall

The Univ of Tennessee at Martin

Martin, Tennessee 38238-0001

USA

 

Email:

jrogers@utm.edu

 

Telephone:

731.881.7442 (My office)

731.881.7260 (Dept office)