CES 106 Introduction to Immigration • 5 Cr.
Are you curious about the state of Immigration or what it means to be an immigrant? Study some of the most important thrusts in Migration Studies and trace its history from a cultural and policy standpoint. Themes may include global impacts, cultural migration and analyses of Immigration in popular culture.
After completing this class, students should be able to:At the end of this course, students will be able to demonstrate: 1. A general knowledge of immigration law and policy and how it applies to both the emigrating and immigrating countries. 2. Written and verbal analyses of social and political issues surrounding immigration. 3. Define Nationality, Ethnicity, Race, Culture, and Privilege. 4. Written and verbal arguments surrounding issues in activism and human rights. 5. Critical perspectives on the issue of immigration law and policy.