Explore labor history and working-class culture
Build your business leadership profile
With coursework in labor history, human resource management and compensation, this minor equips students with the information needed to grow their leadership profile. Learn reflective, ethical leadership practices with a focus on labor history and working-class culture. Rooted in Catholic Social teaching, our curriculum centers itself on the dignity of work, the value of solidarity and the essential role of the labor’s voice in pursuit of the common good.
Interdisciplinary courses in history and business
With only two required courses, elect courses that complement your major. Courses cover topics like labor relations, fair employment practices and the Homestead strike.
More course information can be found in our catalog.
Grow your career options
With this minor, pursue a career in business (profit and nonprofit), government, education, law, social work, and labor and community organizing.
For more information
Contact Joel Woller, Department of History or Susan Rubisch-Gisler, Department of Management.