Due to unhealthy air quality, classes are cancelled and campus is closed now through Saturday. Classes and normal campus operations will resume Monday, November 19, 2018.
An introduction to the interdisclipinary study of human migratory movement and immigrant settlement. Using sociological perspectives and research from biology, anthropology, geography, history, sociology, psychology and political science, the course will examine human migration patterns, environmental conditions, political context, economic factors and cultural identity. Students may have the opportunity to trace their ancestor’s migration patterns.