ECON 332 The Global Economy and the Developing World

A study of local, national, and global economic life describing and explaining the geographic factors involved in the production, distribution and consumption of the major commodities and resources of the world. Special emphasis is placed upon the global issue of the developing countries and theories that have been developed to explain spatial structure.

Credits

3

Cross Listed Courses

GEOG 332

Prerequisite

Sophomore standing or consent of instructor.

Offered

Fall 2019 on campus (3 year rotation)