The Minor in Global Migration Studies is a interdisciplinary program to provide students with an understanding of migration's causes, effects, and impacts and a critical comparative framework for migrant's experiences (history, gender, and culture). The core represents courses that have a wide survey of different migrant groups and provide a foundation for the more focused courses in the comparative framework.
Courses used to meet the certificate requirement may, where applicable, also be used simultaneously to meet General Education requirements or the major and minor requirements of cooperating departments.
Consultation with the program advisor to select courses that address at least two different migrant populations and include no more than 9 units from any department.
Completion of 18 upper division units distributed as follows:
A. Core (6 units)
Take the following course:
Take one of the following survey courses:
B. Comparative Framework (9 units)
Take one of the following History courses:
Take one of the following Gender courses:
Take one of the following Culture courses:
C. Culminating Experience (3 units)
Take a thesis or directed study with any member of the Faculty Advisory Board: