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New Track in Migration and Global Cities

MALS 70000: Intro. to Graduate Liberal Studies,  3 CRDS

Two required core courses:

MALS 77400: International Migration,  3 CRDS

MALS 77500: Global Cities,  3 CRDS

plus 6 courses of the student’s choosing

Total credits required for the MALS degree: 30 CRDS

The Graduate Center faculty includes one of the largest concentrations of migration-oriented scholars anywhere, as well as many of the leading figures in contemporary urban studies. The Graduate Center is already home to the New York Immigration Seminar, one of the City’s premier venues for the presentation and discussion of cutting-edge social scientific research on migration, and has also the home for several of the most important migration-oriented research projects of the past decade. Further, New York, America’s premier immigrant metropolis with its long history of immigrant incorporation, is an ideal setting for such a program. Our MALS Migration and Global Cities track is the first of its kind for the New York metropolitan area.


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Submitted on: JAN 9, 2013

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