Immigration and Migration Studies Courses


Below is a list of the courses that may be applied to the Center's Transcript Notation Program. If you do not see a course listed that you believe should be offered for such credit, please contact the Center with the course information, including the relevant syllabus!


Spring 2020

AASP 310 -- African Slave Trade

AAST 201 -- Asian American History

AAST 398J -- New World Arrivals: Literature of Asian American Migration and Diaspora

AMST 498M -- Latinas/os and U.S. Popular Culture

AMST 498N -- Citizens, Refugees, and Immigrants

ANTH 411 -- Anthropology of Immigration and Health

CCJS 325 -- Slavery in the Twenty First Century: Combating Human Trafficking

CMLT 235 -- Black Diaspora Literature and Culture

CMLT 270 -- Global Literature and Social Change

ENGL 235 -- U.S. Latina/o Literature and Culture

ENGL 329Y -- A Cinema Of Migration as Message

ENGL 349J -- New World Arrivals: Literature of Asian American Migration and Diaspora

ENGL 449A -- The Latinx Short Story

GVPT 388R -- Race Relations in the US And France

HIST 201 -- Asian American History

HIST 222 -- Immigration and Ethnicity in America

HIST 328A -- Forging the Tortilla Curtain: US-Mexican Borderlands History, 1800-Present

HIST 329L -- Global History of Capitalism

HIST 428M -- Oral History of Immigration

HIST 429W -- Latinx Health History

HONR 218P -- Immigration: Personal Stories and Policy Changes

IMMR 400 -- Vital Voices: Oral Histories of the Immigrant Experience

ISRL 343 -- Global Migration and the Israeli Case Study

USLT 202 -- U.S. Latina/o Studies II: A Contemporary Overview 1960s to Present

LING 262 -- Heritage Languages and Their Speakers

PLCY 388P -- U.S. Immigration Policy: A Retrospective and Contemporary Review of Policy

Fall 2020

AASP 310 -- African Slave Trade

AAST 398D -- Filipnio American History and Biography

AAST 398J -- New World Arrivals: Literature of Asian American Migration and Diaspora

AMST 328J -- Filipino American History and Biography

AMST 498C -- Central Americans and the United States: Culture, Politics, and Community

AMST 498W -- Globalization and the Diversifying U.S.

ANTH 264 -- Immigration Policy, Immigrant Lives

CCJS 325 -- Slavery in the Twenty First Century: Combating Human Trafficking

CMLT 235 -- Black Diaspora Literature and Culture

CMLT 398N -- Gypsy Culture

ENGL 379V -- Gypsy Culture

GVPT 205S -- Special Topics in International Ethics, Conflict, and Immigration

HIST 106 -- American Jewish Experience

HIST 328A -- Forging the Tortilla Curtain: US-Mexican Borderlands History, 1800-Present

HIST 329G -- The Israeli Settler Movement: The Road to One State?

HONR 218P -- Immigration: Personal Stories and Policy Changes

HONR 268L -- United States Immigration Issues

IMMR 200 -- Introduction to Immigration and Migration Studies

IMMR 219C -- Immigration Policy, Immigrant Lives

IMMR 419J -- Globalization and the Diversifying U.S.

IMMR 319N -- The Israeli Settler Movement: The Road to One State?

ISRL 343 -- Global Migration and the Israeli Case Study

JWST 319N -- The Israeli Settler Movement: The Road to One State?

LASC 234 -- Issues in Latin Americans Studies I

USLT 201 -- U.S. Latina/o Studies I: An Historical Overview to the 1960s

USLT 430 -- Globalization and the Diversifying U.S.

USLT 498D -- Central Americans and the United States: Culture, Politics, and Community

PORT 234 -- Issues in Latin Americans Studies I

SPAN 234 -- Issues in Latin Americans Studies I

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