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New Immigration and Education in the World

Global migration and displacement of peoples is at a scale unprecedented in human history. This interdisciplinary course examines immigration in the US and globally through the lenses of race, law, psychology, education, and economics. Students explore case studies of out migration and internal displacement through a variety of media including texts, films, podcasts, and personal narratives and examine the isomorphic conditions--as well as differences--in immigration debates, policies, processes, and outcomes. Meets Liberal Arts Core for Societies and Social Sciences

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INTE-UE 1545
Applied Statistics, Social Science, and Humanities
Liberal Arts Core
Societies and the Social Sciences