Faculty: Cleaveland, Haines, Ihara, Leeman, Rabin, Ritchie, Seligmann, Shutika, Trencher (director)
The minor in immigration studies combines perspectives from the humanities and social sciences to provide an interdisciplinary and comparative understanding of the immigrant experience, ethnic identity, assimilation, ethnic exclusion and conflict, and refugee situations.
This program of study is an interdisciplinary minor offered by the College of Humanities and Social Sciences.
In addition to meeting the following requirements, students must meet the university requirements for all minors.
Students pursuing this minor must complete 15 credits of coursework with a minimum GPA of 2.00. Eight credits of course work must be unique to the minor.
ANTH 340 - Comparative Perspectives on Immigration Credits: 3
FRLN 385 - Multilingualism, Identity, and Power Credits: 3
NCLC 361 - Neighborhood, Community, and Identity Credits: 3
SOCI 332 - The Urban World Credits: 3
SPAN 430 - Spanish in the United States Credits: 3
Requirements may be different for earlier catalog years. See the University Catalog archives.