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2018-2019 Catalogue 
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PSYC 39902 - Psychology of Immigration

Course Credit: 1
PSYCHOLOGY OF IMMIGRATION Immigrants and their children are projected to make up approximately 20% of the overall U.S. population in coming years. It is critical, then, to understand the adaptation and development of immigrants to the United States. The purpose of this course is to examine how the process of immigration influences various psychological outcomes. This course will draw from texts across disciplines (sociology, anthropology, family studies, education, and of course, psychology) to examine the impact immigration and its correlated realities have on the individual. Prerequisite(s): PSYC-25000 (minimum grade C-) and Junior or Senior class standing; and advanced background in Psychology.