Citizenship and Migration Pathway
The Citizenship and Migration pathway is a specialization route for students interested in career paths related to immigration and naturalization. This pathway consists of a survey course – immigration - and a host of specialty and practical courses including, the immigration clinic and other related course such as crimigration, human rights, and advanced writing opportunities stemming from the citizenship and immigration seminar. The advanced courses allows students to delve deeper into an area of law that is both evolving and the subject of ongoing national debaters. These courses will allow students to become experts in this field, and will have the opportunity to study from some of the most experienced practitioners, well-known activists, and prolific scholars in the field.
There are a number of courses devoted to subjects within the broad area of Citizenship and Migration as well courses to help you prepare to take the bar examination. Students who want to pursue legal practice in the area of Citizenship and Migration should consider the courses below. Other courses, besides those listed, are offered under the FIU College of Law curriculum.
Please view the Schedule of Classes to determine which courses will be offered during the current school year.
Foundation Courses related to this pathway include: Constitutional Law, Criminal Law and Introduction to International & Comparative Law.
- Immigration Law
- International Human Rights Law
- Citizenship and Immigration Seminar
- Criminal Procedure
- Civil Rights
- Family Law
- Women and the Law
- Race and the Law
- First Amendment
- Community Law Teaching (Street Law)
- NAFTA and other Regional Trade Agreements
- Seminar: Citizenship and Immigration