Understanding and Working With Mexican In the United States

SOWK-328

The objective of this course is to learn and respect cultural diversity through the study of the complex relationship between Mexico and the U. S. The focus of this course is the present day realities of Mexican people working and living in the US. The course will offer knowledge, values and skills necessary to understand and work with Mexicans in the US. Students will learn about selected historical, social, cultural, political and economic events that shape the life of today's Mexicans as well as current policy and political decisions that are impacting Mexicans in the US. Prerequisite: any 100-level VUSM course or transfer student placement. LDW

Credits: 

3

Department: 

Social Work