Did you know that City College is one of only a handful of institutions statewide to offer a Labor Studies program? This program offers a unique and comprehensive curriculum that prepares students to be effective employee advocates by introducing them to legal rights in the workplace, worker’s compensation, collective bargaining strategies, shop steward responsibilities, union leadership skills, as well as the evolution of theAmerican worker and contemporary issues related to outsourcing, globalization, border issues, and much more.
All courses are taught by leaders in San Diego’s labor community and are endorsed by the San Diego Labor Council.
FALL 2008 COURSE OFFERINGS: COURSES START THE WEEK OF AUGUST 25
American Labor Movement – Labor Studies 100, CRN 63281
Instructor: Jim Miller
This course presents an overview of the struggles and philosophy of American workers and their unions.
6:00 p.m. – 9:05 p.m., Wednesdays, Room B-103
Labor Law – Labor Studies 102, CRN 63294
Instructor: Jason Aldrich
6:00 p.m. – 9:05 p.m., Mondays, Room B-103
For more information, see our website at sdcity.edu (under programs), or contact:
Desiree van Saanen
San Diego City College