Migration, Displacement & Refugees
Students will be introduced to the major causes of contemporary population displacement and the consequences of displacement for social, cultural, political, and economic development. Courses will introduce students to global processes contributing to displacement, such as uneven development, colonialism and neocolonialism, urbanization, natural and man-made disasters, and political instability and violence. Students will also become familiarized with the impacts of these processes on forced and voluntary displacement both within and beyond national borders. Additionally, students will explore the intersections between population displacement and other international challenges including: human rights, citizenship and statelessness, political conflict and violence, economic development and urbanization, cultural rights and sovereignty, and health and mental health problems in (im)migrant and refugee communities.
Required: Select two of the following:
INTL 410* Population Displacement & Global Health *new course number coming Fall 2014
INTL 420 International Community Development *Requires INTL 240 as a pre-requisite.
INTL 422 Aid to Developing Countries *Requires INTL 240 as a pre-requisite.
ANTH 413 Culture & Psychology
EC 430 Urban and Regional Economics
GEOG 443 Global Migration
HIST 240 Wars and the Modern World
INTL 432 Indigenous Cultural Survival
INTL 442 Development and Social Change in South Asia
INTL 444 Development and Social Change in Southeast Asia
INTL 445 Development and Social Change in Sub-Saharan Africa
INTL 446 Development & Social Change in Latin America
SOC 303 World Population and Social Structure
SOC 442 Urbanization and the City
SOC 450 Sociology of Developing Areas