Common Sense Economics
Learn how the economy works and how political decisions influence what happens at the bargaining table and in the community. Each is eight classroom hours. Topics include:
- Economic education for workers
- Standards of economic justice
- How politics touch everything we do
This history course probes the working and living conditions that gave rise to unions and the opposition to unions that workers faced. This is eight classroom hours.
"A great program. This course should be a prerequisite to being a union leader."
- Mary Hakanson, URW 815
Our Campus. Otherwise Known as Omaha.
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