LABR 170 - Internship in Labor StudiesSemester Hours: 3 or 6
Fall, Spring, Summer
This course aims to deepen students’ understanding of fundamental issues in labor studies through practical work experience in a labor union, corporation, or other for-profit or not-for-profit organization. The three-credit option requires students to work at an approved off-campus site six hours per week, and to spend another three hours weekly in related academic activities specified by the faculty adviser. The six-credit option requires 12 hours weekly at the approved off-campus organization and six hours of related academic work. Each internship will be organized and supervised by a full-time faculty member from the Labor Studies Advisory Committee.
Permission of labor studies director, a minimum GPA of 3.0 in labor studies courses and 3.0 overall, and completion of 18 s.h. of labor studies courses prior to beginning the internship.
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