IMMIGRATION TODAY: INDIVIDUAL, COMMUNITY, AND GLOBAL PERSPECTIVES
2017 Fall Term
Race & Ethnic Cultures General 321
This course focuses on the changes in immigration to the United States in recent decades, challenges that recent immigrants face, and the controversies around this immigration. The immigrant experience of Latinos and the Hmong in Midwest will be emphasized, from an individual, family, and community perspective.
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|Section Details||Meeting Details & Topic||Instructor||Syllabus|
3 Units [DV]
|09/06 - 12/22 (1)||
|This course will be taught using Desire2Learn. A short while before class, information will be sent to each student's UWW email address. Required additional fee of $150 will be assessed for this class.|