|Course Title||U.S./MEX INTERN'L BORDER|
|Full Title||The United States-Mexico International Border|
|Description||History, culture, economics, and politics of US/Mexico border region. Theories and policy issues surrounding development of region; local regional problems and major agencies, institutions, organizations addressing these problems.|
|Prerequisite||Upper division standing.|
|Statement||Same course as Chicana/Chicano Studies 355.|
May also be taken as CCS 355. Not open to students enrolled in, or with prior credit in CCS 355.
Required materials for this course: Webcam and microphone
Distance Education course. All class meetings and activities take place online.
Canvas & Blackboard Learning Management Systems: SDSU is currently transitioning from Blackboard to Canvas as the primary campus learning management system. Students may have courses delivered via both systems, therefore it is recommended that students access both Canvas and Blackboard. Canvas can be accessed at canvas.sdsu.edu using your SDSUid login. Blackboard will be available until the end of Spring 2021 and can be accessed at blackboard.sdsu.edu using your SDSUid login.