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|SOC 1281 - Migration in the Americas|
This course examines historical trends and determinants of migration from Latin America to the United States. Each stage of the migration process is examined: the decision to migrate, getting across international borders, settlement and integration in destinations, and return to places of origin. This is a GELT (Global Experiential Learning and Teaching) class. During the spring recess the class will travel to Mexico City and the U.S.-Mexico border at San Diego-Tijuana. Two years of college Spanish or the equivalent is required. Introductory statistics and/or research methods is strongly recommended. Enrollment limited to 12.
1.000 Credit hours
1.000 Lecture hours
Levels: Graduate, Undergraduate
Schedule Types: Primary Meeting