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Liberal Studies 208

The Ecology of Occupation (3 crs) (SS) (XS)

Examines the relationship between occupation (both work and discretionary) and values, identity and health/wellness in contemporary society. Focuses on the complex variables (economic, psychological, sociological, genetic) which affect occupational choice, and hence our freedom (or lack thereof) to engage in meaningful, rewarding occupation. 

Prerequisites: WBIS 188, English 101, or department consent; also open only to students enrolled in one of the following majors: Liberal Studies, Leadership and Organizational Studies, or Fire & Emergency Management or department consent.

 
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