CT111
Regional Landscapes in Context
0.50 Credits

Regions (e.g., the Grand River Watershed) are examined from an interdisciplinary perspective, which incorporates scientific, historical, social, economic, philosophical and cultural perspectives. The relationship between social and natural environments and ideas such as space, place and landscape form central themes. This course attempts to use regional case studies as a vehicle for understanding and appreciating significant world issues. {RW}

Additional Course Information
Exclusions
CT110*.
 
Offerings
LocationCourse #Access/Details
Brantford Campus CT111BR1 M - 7 p.m. - 10 p.m. - Fall Term
  CT111BR2 T,R - 5:30 p.m. - 7 p.m. - Fall Term