AP/ENVS3891 3.0 M: Urban Environments in North America

Offered by: ENVS


Winter 2022






Calendar Description / Prerequisite / Co-Requisite

Urbanization is the predominant form of human settlement in Canada and the United States. Over the course of the nineteenth- and twentieth-centuries, a majority of North Americans came to live in ever more populous cities. This course will examine the environmental consequences of urban development in North America from the end of the eighteenth-century to the twenty-first century. Course credit exclusions: AP/GEOG 3040 3.00.

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