2016-2017 Undergraduate Bulletin

CSL 260 Gender & Work Life (was Counseling in Gender & Work Life)

3 hours 

In this interdisciplinary course, articles from a variety of disciplines including counseling, history, psychology, economics, sociology, gender studies, and organizational studies will be read to understand the changing roles and expectations of people at work in the U.S. Students will explore the meanings of gender, race, ethnicity, class, accessibility issues, and sexual orientation in human development. The course will address how formal and informal types of social control associated with these categories operate in career options and choice, and experiences in the workplace. Students will also explore what activities constitute work. For instance, can parenting or other forms of unpaid labor be considered a job?




ENG 201


This course satisfies the Flexible Core: U.S. Experience in its Diversity area of the Gen Ed Program.