BAC 100: Labor and Trade Union History and Impacts
The history and future of labor and trade unions, with particular emphasis on the International Union of Bricklayer and Allied Craftsworker, will be explored. Topics also include objectives and methods of organized labor and the legal and institutional framework of collective bargaining. This course is only available for Bricklayer and Allied Craftworker apprentices.
Level I Prereq: Academic Reading and Writing Levels of 6
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