Human Geography is a two-term course that introduces students
to the thematic study of the world’s people and issues from
a global perspective. Students will employ geospatial skills to
compare and contrast places and regions and examine human
systems and their relationships to the environment. Coursework
will focus on themes such as population, culture, geopolitics,
economic development, urbanization, and natural resources.
In addition, classroom discussions will also include a continuing
study of global and local current events.
- Teacher: Adam Sheridan