Work & Labour Studies Related Courses

To fulfill the Work and Labour Studies degree requirements for 3000 and 4000 level courses, students may choose from the list of Work & Labour Studies Core Courses as well as the list of related courses offered by other Departments below. The courses below are offered outside the Department of Social Science and are available to students who meet the prerequisite(s). Course which have an asterisk (*) require a pre-requisite: Please check relevant Departmental calendars for those prerequisites as well as full course descriptions and course credit exclusions. Days and times are also subject to change. Not all of the courses listed below will necessarily be offered in any given year.

  • AP/ADMS 3400 3.0 Occupational Health and Safety
  • AP/COMN 3313 3.0 Labour in the Communication and Cultural Industries
  • AP/ECON 3200 3.0 Industrial Organization
  • AP/ECON 3240 3.0 Labour Economics – Theory
  • AP/ECON 3249 3.0 Labour Economics – Theory (Writing)
  • AP/ECON 3250 3.0 Labour Economics – Institutions
  • AP/ECON 3259 3.0 Labour Economics – Institutions (Writing)
  • GL/ECON 3540 3.0 Economics of Labour and Manpower
  • GL/ECON 3550 3.0 Labour Economics: Institutions and Policies
  • AP/ECON 3620 3.0 The Economics of Unemployment
  • AP/ECON 4160 3.0 Theory and Practice of Arbitration
  • AP/ECON 4240 3.0 Topics in Labour Economics
  • AP/GEOG 3800 3.0 Geographies of Work
  • AP/GEOG 4800 3.0 Geographies of Organized Labour
  • AP/GL/GWST 3520 3.0 Women and the Professions
  • AP/HIST 3561 3.0 Business and Government in Canada since Confederation
  • AP/HIST 3660 3.0 US Economic and Business History to 1880
  • AP/HIST 3670 3.0 US Business History Since 1880: The Origins and Consequences of Managerial Capitalism
  • AP/HIST 4051 6.0 Family, Work, and Community: Canadian Society in the 19th and 20th Centuries*
  • AP/HIST 4450 6.0 Themes in Eighteenth-Century British Social History*
  • AP/HIST 4505 6.0 Canadian Labour and Immigration History*
  • AP/HREQ 3414 6.0 Work and the Workplace
  • AP/POLS 3140 3.0 Political Economy of Labour in Canada
  • AP/POLS 4091 3.0 Marxism, Feminism, Poststructuralism
  • AP/POLS 4470 3.0 Working Class Politics in Capitalist Democracies
  • HH/SC/PSYC 3570 3.0 Organizational Psychology
  • AP/REI 3745 6.0 Work and Employment in the Global Economy
  • AP/SOCI 3355 3.0 Social Movements
  • AP/SOCI 3490 6.0 Formal Organizations
  • AP/SOCI 3600 3.0 The Sociology Of Work and Industry
  • AP/SOCI 3615 3.0 The Sociology of Occupations and Professions
  • AP/SOCI 4620 3.0 Issues in the Sociology of Work and Labour
  • GL/SOCI 4632 3.0 Work in a Warming World: Issues in Work, Labour and Climate Change
  • AP/SOSC 3005 6.0 Special Topics in Interdisciplinary Social Science: Green Work, Brown World (for 2015-16)
  • AP/SOSC 3125 6.0 Women Organizing
  • AP/SOSC 3169 3.0 Occupational Health