- Schedule of Classes - August 11, 2020 7:15PM EDT
- Course Catalog - August 11, 2020 7:15PM EDT
Course information provided by the Courses of Study 2020-2021.
This course provides a broad overview of the major public policy issues concerning immigration to the U.S. The course reviews demographic, sociological, and economic perspectives on both the cause and consequences of international migration and consider the role that federal, state, and local policies play in altering immigration flows and the incorporation of immigrants.
When Offered Fall.
Prerequisites/Corequisites Prerequisite: PAM 2100 or equivalent.
Distribution Category (D-HE, SBA-HE)
- Develop empirical understanding of how social scientists across disciplines think about the causes and consequences of immigration.
- Evaluate current social and political processes regarding immigration and immigrant incorporation, and expand empirical and cost/benefit tools to evaluate their impacts.
- Strengthen research and analytic skills, including the examination and manipulation of census data and the utilization of basic statistical tools.
- Improve professional writing skills for both academic and nonacademic audiences.
- Cultivate interpersonal skills through group discussions, group presentations, and collaborative work.
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