|Name||Geography of Sustainable Development in Developing Countries|
|Fulfills||Pluralism & Diversity Group A (P&D A)|
|Day / Time||Tuesday, Thursday; 4:10 pm - 5:25 pm|
|Semester||Fall Session 1 2021, Fall Session 2 2021|
Reviews the theories and approaches of international development. Themes include development theory, availability and distribution of resources, population growth, food production, water supply and forestry. The course will also highlight the development and environmental problems that challenge the achievement of sustainable development such as population growth, food and world economic crises, increasing number of the poor and climate change. The course will provide students with theory, methods, problems and analysis of factors that influence sustainable development in developing countries.