Labor Studies & Employment Relations

Graduate Programs

The Labor Studies and Employment Relations department offers a Master of Labor and Employment Relations degree that explores the nature of work and the workplace. Courses are taught by a world-renowned faculty known for their teaching ability, cutting-edge research, and real-world experience in the field. Students can attend the Master’s program on a full-time or part-time basis. Students interested in a Doctoral degree attend the School of Management and Labor Relations’ PhD in Industrial Relations and Human Resources program.

Master of Labor and Employment Relations

Students select the Master of Labor and Employment Relations program for a number of compelling reasons. In particular, MLER students:

  • Choose from a diverse array of rewarding professions
  • Come from a variety of different backgrounds and experiences
  • Explore exciting ideas with top instructors
  • Become leaders with unique perspectives
  • Enjoy an experience that truly sets them apart