Discussion - 3 hours. This course covers U.S. laws, policies and practices pertaining to migrants including the regulation of their exclusion, admission and removal from the United States, and, as to some, their naturalization as U.S. citizens. These topics will be covered historically and to the present from various perspectives, including constitutional law, administrative law, ethics and morality, national security, economics, and human rights. You will engage in constitutional and statutory written analysis as part of your grade.
Final Assessment: Two take-home writing assignments
Grading Mode: Letter Grading
This course satisfies the immigration certificate.