URBST 202 - Race, Ethnicity, and Immigration
Race, Ethnicity, and Immigration
This course combines historical and sociological approaches in a survey of the racial and ethnic minorities in the United States, tracing their disparate origins and trajectories to the present. Differences between African Americans, with their roots in slavery, and immigrant minorities are emphasized. The course also examines recent trends in immigration, including patterns of incorporation into American society and enduring transnational links to countries of origin.
Academic Progress Units
Repeat For Credit