UAT 320: History of the Labor Movement

In this course, students explore the development of the trade union movement in North America from the 1600s to the 1920s. Students will review the early obstacles and challenges of organized labor as well as identify the leaders and events that helped shape the movement. Topics will include the history of work, technology development, trade unions, government policy and globalization of labor organizations, including the United Association. The title of this course was previously History of the Labor Movement. Limited to United Association Instructor Training program graduates.

Level I Prereq: Academic Reading and Writing Levels of 6

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Description Hours
Credits 1.5
Lecture Hours 22.5
Clinical Hours 0
Lab Hours 1.5
Other Hours 0
Total Hours 24

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