Loyola University Maryland

Graduate Program in Liberal Studies

LS713.401: The Many Faces of Immigration

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The United States has long been known as a nation of immigrants. Most current residents originally came from someplace else, or at least their forebears did. This course will examine the process and the history of immigration to North America across a broad cross-section of individuals of numerous national origins and ethnic groups. There will also be a consideration of the political, social, and economic conditions in both the native country and the receiving country which might have encouraged a person to emigrate or influenced his or her reception in the adopted country.

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LS713.401 met during the Spring 2015 semester. It fulfilled the foundations course requirement for new students.

Interested in learning about other courses offered? Check out all the courses currently being offered this Summer semester and those planned for Fall 2015, or contact us to learn more about the Liberal Studies program.

Katlyn Good
Assistant Director of Recruitment

Dr. Randall Donaldson
Program Director