2022 - 2023 Undergraduate Bulletin

Courses

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LSP 101 Introduction to Labor Studies 4 cr.
  • Offered: On demand
An overview of topics including the origin and development of contemporary labor organizations including social inequality, labor and employment law; the structure and function of unions, collective bargaining, contract administration, grievance procedures, arbitration and leadership development, the future of work in American society and the global economy. Notes: The labor studies minor and certification are suspended. LSP prefixed courses are not offered in 2007-2008.
LSP 101A Introduction to Labor Studies 2 cr.
  • Offered: On demand
The first half of LSP 101. Topics include the origins and development of unions, labor law, social inequality, the structure and function of unions and leadership development. Notes: The labor studies minor and certification are suspended. LSP prefixed courses are not offered in 2007-2008.
LSP 101B Introduction to Labor Studies 2 cr.
  • Offered: On demand
The second half of LSP 101. Topics include collective bargaining, contract administration, the arbitration process, the impact of labor organizations on the economy and society, the future of work in American society and the global economy. Notes: The labor studies minor and certification are suspended. LSP prefixed courses are not offered in 2007-2008.
LSP 295 Special Topics in Labor Studies 1-4 cr.
  • Offered: On demand
Investigation of a significant topic or problem in the field of labor studies. Content varies depending upon the intentions of the instructor and the needs of the students. Notes: The labor studies minor and certification are suspended. LSP prefixed courses are not offered in 2007-2008.
LSP 490 Seminar in Labor Leadership 2 cr.
  • Offered: On demand
  • Prerequisites: Junior standing or instructor's permission.
This course explores the various roles that leaders are required to fulfill in labor organizations if these organizations are to be effective in representing their membership and successful in the competitive political and economic environment of American society. Notes: The labor studies minor and certification are suspended. LSP prefixed courses are not offered in 2007-2008.
LSP 495 Special Topics in Labor Studies 1-4 cr.
  • Offered: On demand
  • Prerequisites: Junior standing or instructor's permission.
Investigation of a significant topic or problem in the field of labor studies. Content varies depending upon the intentions of the instructor and the needs of the students. Notes: The labor studies minor and certification are suspended. LSP prefixed courses are not offered in 2007-2008.