UAT 321: Labor History and the UA: 1920 to Present

In this course, students continue to explore the history of the trade unions movement, including business-related government policy and its globalization from the 1930s to the present. Students will review the changes brought forth from the post-Great Depression era, including the emergence of modernized societies, leading to increased size and diversity of the organized labor movement. Other topics include labor union power and influence, along with the challenges met through innovative approaches to technology, training and organization. The title of this course was previously Labor History and the UA: 1920 to Present. Limited to United Association Instructor Training program graduates.

Level I Prereq: Academic Reading and Writing Levels of 6; UAT 320 minimum grade "C"

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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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