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SIS-533 Population, Migration, and Development (3) Course Level: Undergraduate/Graduate

Population, Migration, and Development (3) This course provides the necessary analytical skills to understand contemporary population dynamics, especially in the developing world. It examines fundamental components of current trends in population dynamics; theoretical bases of the population debate; fertility issues; the relationship among population, development, and human migration flows; and population policy and sustainable development in developing and developed countries. Usually Offered: fall.