World Regional Development (GEOG 208.3)

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GEOG 208 W02 January 2017 Lynette Jacobson (primary instructor)
GEOG 208 W10 January 2017 Lynette Jacobson (primary instructor)
GEOG 208 W16 January 2017 Lynette Jacobson (primary instructor)
GEOG 208 W20 January 2017 Lynette Jacobson (primary instructor)
GEOG 208 W40 January 2017 Lynette Jacobson (primary instructor)
GEOG 208 W50 January 2017 Lynette Jacobson (primary instructor)
 
GEOG 208 W01 September 2016 Lynette Jacobson (primary instructor)
GEOG 208 W11 September 2016 Lynette Jacobson (primary instructor)
GEOG 208 W15 September 2016 Lynette Jacobson (primary instructor)
GEOG 208 W21 September 2016 Lynette Jacobson (primary instructor)
GEOG 208 W41 September 2016 Lynette Jacobson (primary instructor)
GEOG 208 W51 September 2016 Lynette Jacobson (primary instructor)
 
GEOG 208 W01 July 2016 Lynette Jacobson (primary instructor)
 
GEOG 208 W01 May 2016 Lynette Jacobson (primary instructor)
 
GEOG 208 W02 January 2016 Lynette Jacobson (primary instructor)
GEOG 208 W10 January 2016 Lynette Jacobson (primary instructor)
GEOG 208 W16 January 2016 Lynette Jacobson (primary instructor)
GEOG 208 W20 January 2016 Lynette Jacobson (primary instructor)
GEOG 208 W50 January 2016 Lynette Jacobson (primary instructor)

Description

The regions of the world face a series of development problems. These problems are examined in terms of development theory and their spatial consequences. The implications for global, national and regional planning are discussed.

Prerequisite(s)

24 credit units of university course work. Note Students with credit for GEOG 281 may not take this course for credit. GEOG 281 has not been offered for more than ten years as of 2012. GEOG 208 is offered online through the Centre for Continuing and Distance Education only.

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