GEOG 102 :: World Regional Geography
Spring 2019 @Hawaii CC

CRN:
18383
Credit Hours:
3
Instructor:
Drew Kapp
dkapp@hawaii.edu
808-932-2580 (Ph)
808-974-7757 (Fax)
Instructional Mode:
Online
Instructional Mode:
Online
Dates:
01/07/2019 - 05/09/2019
Course Prerequisites:
PreReq: Eng 21 or ESL 21 or Eng 22 or (ESL 22G and ESL 22W) or placement in Eng 100 or placement in Eng 102
Course Description:
Survey of the world’s major geographic regions with focus on the interrelationships between the physical and human elements of these
regions. Geographic aspects of contemporary economic, social and political conditions will be studied as they relate to human use of, and
impact on, the land and resources.
Textbooks:
Globalization and Diversity
By: Rowntree
Pearson Publishing; 5th editon; 2017
ISBN: 9780134117010 Required

BOOK INFO: Students should purchase books through the UH Bookstore by calling 1-808-932-7394 or choose the "Hilo Bookstore" link online at http://www.bookstore.hawaii.edu
Technical Requirements:
This is an Internet Class. Reliable Internet access and e-mail access required (high speed connection recommended). Virus check program required. Students must be familiar with using a computer and have basic Internet skills (browsing, sending e-mail, saving/sending files). This online class may include required proctored activities or tests at approved UH testing facilities during normal business hours.
https://laulima.hawaii.edu
Additional Notes:
This course aligns with Hawai'i Papa O Ke Ao goals to honor and respect the rich cultural heritage and history of the indigenous people of these islands by encouraging the use of these traditions as the bridge to success for all students.

Students are required to choose and participate in at least 1 single day weekend class excursion that includes community service. Transport from Hilo provided. Instructor will coordinate with any students not on-island to fulfill this requirement.

Students should go to https://laulima.hawaii.edu and log in with their UH username and password on or 1-2 days before the first class date. Students may email instructor with any questions. (dkapp@hawaii.edu)
Updated:
Tuesday, October 9, 2018 16:43:32