Labor Studies & Employment Relations

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Western Monmouth Higher Education Center, Freehold

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Course Syllabi

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Course Descriptions | Undergraduate

The small class sizes and variety of offerings on our Course Syllabi will fit your busy life.

37:575:100 Introduction to Labor Studies and Employment Relations (3)

Work, workers, and organizations that represent employees; class, race, gender, and work; legal, labor market, and human resource issues. 

Requirements | Bachelor of Science in Labor and Employment Relations

Credits

Select 36 credits from undergraduate courses offered by the Labor Studies and Employment Relations Department with a grade of C or better, including:

  • 37:575:100 (Introduction to Labor Studies) or 37:575:110 (Work, Society, & the Quality of Life)
  • 37:575:315 (Employment Law)

Diversity and Inclusion in the Workplace Certificate

As our society becomes more diverse and our economy more global—how an organization draws upon the talents of every individual in the workplace is critical to its success. This Graduate Certificate Program is designed to give you the tools to help organizations successfully navigate the challenges and opportunities associated with an increasingly diverse workforce.

Internships and Placement

Internships

Students without significant work experience are encouraged to pursue internships to improve their employment opportunities upon graduation. Paid and unpaid internships are available both locally and throughout the United States and may be arranged by either the department or the student.

Specializations & Concentrations

The MLER program allows students to specialize by combining required classes with carefully selected electives. All students have five electives, and those who are in the five-year Bachelor's/Master's program typically have up to three additional electives.

Concentrations are not formal. Instead, students can tailor their program to meet their own individual needs. The following are examples of programs for students with particular interests:

COURSE SYLLABUS/MASTERS LABOR & EMPLOYEE RELATIONS

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Graduate Courses

The MLER Graduate Courses give students a broad background in Labor and Employment Relations—taught by a world-renowned faculty—while allowing for a degree of specialization within the degree.

38:578:500 Introductory Seminar in Labor and Employment Relations (3)

Critical challenges facing workers, employers, labor organizations, and the public with regard to work and employee representation.