AP Human Geography

Human Geography is taught as an introductory-level college course intended to prepare students for the Advanced Placement Human Geography exam. This two-semester course will teach students the basic concepts of human geography and give them a geographic framework for the analysis of current world problems through case studies, computer applications, and fieldwork.

Major Concepts:

  • Geography Native and Perspective
  • Population and Migration
  • Cultural Patterns
  • Cultural Processes
  • Political organization of space
  • Agriculture and Rural Land Use
  • Industrialization and Economic Development
  • Cities and Urban Land Use I
  • Cities and Urban Land Use II
S.No. Program Name Fee Component Amount (USD) Description
1 Full Time Course Fee $ 450 To be paid by the student at the time of Registration.
2 Flex Course Fee $ 450 To be paid by the student at the time of Registration.
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Grade Level

  Grade 11 – 12

Duration

Annual

Requirements

Following mentioned books must be purchased.

  • Human Geography: Landscapes of Human Activities, by Jerome Fellmann, Mark Bjelland, Arthur Getis and Judith Getis, 11th edition, McGraw-Hill 2010.
  • Human Geography in Action, by Michael Kuby, John Harner, and Patricia Gober, 6th edition, John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2012.

Prerequisites

None

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