Examines historical and current patterns of migration with an emphasis in international movement. Looks at leading migration theories related to both origin- and destination-based explanations while critically looking at the role of development as a potential cause and consequence of population movement. Finally, covers some aspects of immigrants' social and economic adaptation to their host society. Recommended prereq., GEOG 1982 or GEOG 1992 or GEOG 2002, or 2412. Same as GEOG 5292 and ECON 4292.