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SOC 4250  LATINO/A MIGRATION IN THE WORLD ECONOMY (3 credits)

This course covers issues related to: 1) the political-economic and socio-cultural factors that have shaped Latino/a migration streams historically and in today's world economy and, 2) contemporary empirical methodologies and findings related to the causes and multiple socioeconomic costs and benefits of migration streams for immigrants as well as sending and receiving communities. (Cross-listed with SOC 8256).

Prerequisite(s)/Corequisite(s): Enrollment in the sociology program or permission of the instructor.

Distribution: Global Diversity General Education course