Taking a Labor Studies course is a great way to understand the world of work and to build writing, research, and analytic skills. And, most of these classes also count as sociology credits!

We regularly offer:

  • Social Justice and Activism (Labor 191) — a first year seminar for freshmen 
  • Women and Work (Soc/Labor 201)
  • Labor and the Global Economy (Soc/Labor  204)
  • Labor and Work in the US (Soc/Labor  280)
  • Sports, Labor, and Social Justice (Soc/Labor r 297s)
  • Food and Labor (Soc/Labor 391)

With permission of the instructor, advanced undergraduates may enroll in our graduate level courses.