A Christian College of the Liberal Arts & Sciences

Policy Analysis & Advocacy Seminar

Provides a detailed survey of the public policy issue of international migration. Migrants may be forced or voluntary travelers; legal or illegal sojourners; temporary or permanent residents. The one constant is that international migration patterns always carry important political implications for both the sending and receiving countries. Its study provides opportunity for learners to address critical questions pertaining to contemporary citizenship, democratic practice, equality, freedom, globalization, and liberalism. Course is part of the Public Policy Initiatives Track.

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  • Credit Hours: 3