HIST 335 - Work and Workers in the U.S.
Examines the history of work and workers in the United States from the colonial period to the present, focusing on the evolution of management techniques, government actions and legislation, and worker organizing and culture. The course will also relate the labor movement to debates over the meaning of democracy, citizenship, and equality.
Clock Hours - (Lect-Lab): (3-0)
Prerequisites: (COMP 150 OR one CO2 course OR FLC Writing Placement Score 250) AND one HI1 course [Details: CO2 course list: COMP 250 , COMP 252 , COMP 253 , ENGL 268 , SOC 210 ] [Details: HI1 course list: HIST 150 , HIST 151 , HIST 160 , HIST 181 , HIST 261 , HIST 270 , HIST 271 , HIST 280 , HIST 281 , NAIS 123 ]
Click here for Spring 2022 course scheduling information.
Click here for Summer 2022 course scheduling information.
Click here for Fall 2022 course scheduling information.