The Labor Studies program is happy to announce two courses next quarter that might be relevant to you!
Labor Studies is an interdisciplinary program of study focusing on the importance of labor to the economic, social, political, and cultural evolution of modern societies. If you are interested in Labor Studies, the two foundational courses for the Minor are being offered in SPRING 2019:
HSTCMP 249 / POL S 249 / SOC 266: Introduction to Labor Studies(5 cr) – MW 8:30-9:50(I&S), no prerequisites, Instructor: Mathieu Dubeau
HSTAA 353: Class, Labor, and American Capitalism (5 cr) – TTh 1:30-3:20(I&S,DIV), no prerequisites, Instructor: James Gregory
If you are interested in a Labor Studies Minor, taking either course fulfills the Labor Studies required course, and the other credits in the minors are electives! Please check out or long list of electives here: https://labor.washington.edu/course-requirements
Note: the Introduction to Labor Studies is cross-listed with Sociology and will count toward your Sociology Major!