Political Geography   [ARCHIVED CATALOG]
2009-2010 Undergraduate Catalog

GEOG 451 - Political Geography

Study of political phenomena in a real context. Emphasis on temporal and spatial attributes of the state. Core areas and capitals, boundaries, administration of territory. Geopolitics, power, multinational organizations, and modern theories about states. Geographic concepts applied to in-depth analysis of selected conflict regions.

Prerequisites & Notes
PRQ: 3 semester hours in geography or political science or consent of department.

Credits: 3

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