PoliticsPOLI 135 Immigration Policy and Debate in the U.S.

Course charts the history of immigration policy and debate in the U.S., highlighting the ways economic, social, and geopolitical factors influenced the processes and outcomes of immigration debate and policy making. Focuses on interaction between society and state in formulation and implementation of immigration policy, and the ways policy outcomes may differ from expectations.


Enrollment is restricted to politics and Latin American and Latino studies/politics combined majors during first and second pass enrollment.