Geography of the Prairie Region (GEOG 204.3)

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GEOG 204 W02 January 2017 Lynette Jacobson (primary instructor)
GEOG 204 W10 January 2017 Lynette Jacobson (primary instructor)
GEOG 204 W16 January 2017 Lynette Jacobson (primary instructor)
GEOG 204 W20 January 2017 Lynette Jacobson (primary instructor)
GEOG 204 W40 January 2017 Lynette Jacobson (primary instructor)
GEOG 204 W50 January 2017 Lynette Jacobson (primary instructor)
 
GEOG 204 W01 September 2016 Lynette Jacobson (primary instructor)
GEOG 204 W11 September 2016 Lynette Jacobson (primary instructor)
GEOG 204 W15 September 2016 Lynette Jacobson (primary instructor)
GEOG 204 W21 September 2016 Lynette Jacobson (primary instructor)
GEOG 204 W41 September 2016 Lynette Jacobson (primary instructor)
GEOG 204 W51 September 2016 Lynette Jacobson (primary instructor)
 
GEOG 204 W01 July 2016 Lynette Jacobson (primary instructor)
 
GEOG 204 W01 May 2016 Lynette Jacobson (primary instructor)
 
GEOG 204 W02 January 2016 Lynette Jacobson (primary instructor)
GEOG 204 W10 January 2016 Lynette Jacobson (primary instructor)
GEOG 204 W16 January 2016 Lynette Jacobson (primary instructor)
GEOG 204 W20 January 2016 Lynette Jacobson (primary instructor)
GEOG 204 W50 January 2016 Lynette Jacobson (primary instructor)

Description

Presents an analysis of the physical, historical, economic and social geography of the three Prairie Provinces. The processes of settlement, resource development, and urban growth will be examined.

Prerequisite(s)

24 credit units of university course work.

Note

This course is offered online through the Centre for Continuing and Distance Education only.

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