The Labor and Working Class Studies minor provides students with an interdisciplinary approach to the study of labor and working class issues in an increasingly globalized economy. By drawing on the expertise of faculty from across the campus, this minor will enable students to approach the subject from a variety of intellectual and methodological traditions, providing a multifaceted understanding of labor and working class issues.
Requirements for the Minor (28)
A maximum of 12 units can be taken in any one discipline.
Required Course (4 units)*
*Students without a social science background are required to take SOCS 180 “Race and Ethnicity in America Society” or its equivalent.