Academic Catalog

Labor Studies Program Learning Outcomes

  1. Demonstrate knowledge of current labor law;
  2. Demonstrate an understanding of collective bargaining and negotiation strategies;
  3. Read, analyze and interpret effectively varied sources of information drawn from several disciplines, such as Sociology, History, Women’s, and Africana, Asian, and Chicano Studies, and demonstrate how the information and concepts are relevant to Labor issues;
  4. Write with clarity, organization, and precision and apply critical thinking skills and analyses in written and oral presentations;
  5. Explain the significance of labor history;
  6. Exhibit computer and information literacy, including the skills to research with discrimination diverse topics using both the traditional library and other resources;
  7. Exercise leadership in service learning and/or community or labor organizing, and reflect on leadership experience;
  8. Demonstrate an understanding and appreciation of both the diversity and the multicultural heritage of the US and the global society.