MA in Migration Studies
What Will I Learn?
Our graduate program offers you an interdisciplinary graduate degree in migration studies with a focus on, and a presence in, the Middle East.
Migration and refugee issues have become high priorities on the global agenda. Migration studies includes topics such as emigration, immigration, transit migration, labor migration, return migration, replacement migration, regular and undocumented migration, family reunion, transnational and diaspora relations, among others.
Upon graduation, you can seek a career with government agencies dealing with migrants and refugees, integration, labor and employment, etc.; international organizations such as the International Organization for Migration, International Labor office, United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, United Nations Children’s Fund, United Nations Fund for Population, United Nations Development Fund for Women, among others.
This program requires 30 credits:
Core requirements (12 cr.)
|MIG710||Theories of Migration||3|
|MIG720/INA852||Research Methods/Research Methodology equiv. INA813H||3|
Other requirements (18 cr.)
Students have to choose six (6) courses (18 credits) out of the following:
|MIG715/WGST815||Gender and Migration||3|
|MIG725/INA855||Politics and Migration equiv. to INA813G||3|
|MIG740/INA842||Topics in International Law||3|
|MIG745/CLT880||Migration, Exile and Literature||3|
|MIG750/INA820||Globalization equiv. to INA813K||3|
|MIG760||Citizenship, Transnationalism and Diaspora||3|
|MIG765||Migration and Development||3|
|MIG770||Cities and Migration||3|
|MIG780||Topics in Migration Studies||3|
|MIG785||Practicum: Internship or Research|