Minor in Labor Studies

This general Labor Studies Minor requires completion of 15 credits, including 6 cr. in core courses,* which provide students with a foundation for further specialization in areas relevant to their individual career interests. The other 9 cr. may be drawn from a broad range of additional Labor Studies courses, to be selected in consultation with the Labor Studies faculty.  (This less restrictive minor is not approved for COAS majors at IU Bloomington.)

Labor Studies Minor for Liberal Arts

15 credits

including 6 cr. from the following:

L100 Unions and Collective Bargaining

L101 American Labor History

L110 Labor and Society

L200 Employment Law

L201 Labor Law

L203 Labor and the Political System

L205 Contemporary Labor Problems

L230 Labor and the Economy

and 9 cr. from the following:

L314 Ethical Dilemmas in the Workplace

L315 The Organization of Work  (Students may substitute SOC-S315 Work Occupations)

L375 Comparative Labor Movements

L380 Theories of the Labor Movement

L385 Class, Race, Gender, and Work

L390 Topics in Labor Studies (topics vary; consult faculty advisor)

L480 Senior Seminar or Readings