Labor Studies & Employment Relations

Five-Year Joint Bachelor's/Master's

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The School of Management & Labor Relations allows qualified students to complete both a Bachelor of Arts in Labor Studies and Employment Relations, or a Bachelor of Science in Labor Employment Relationsand a Master of Labor and Employment Relations degree in just five years of full-time study.

Bachelor of Science in Labor and Employment Relations

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Are you interested in how work is managed, the problems of working people, and what workers have done as individuals and groups to address these problems?

With flexible scheduling opportunities and credit transfer guidelines, a Bachelor of Science in Labor and Employment Relations from Rutgers–New Brunswick might be a great choice for you.

Choosing a B.A. or B.S. Degree

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The Bachelor of Arts in Labor Studies and Employment Relations (B.A.) is a joint degree between the School of Management and Labor Relations (SMLR) and the School of Arts and Sciences (SAS).

The Bachelor of Science in Labor and Employment Relations (B.S.) is granted solely by the School of Management and Labor Relations.

Requirements | Bachelor of Arts in Labor Studies and Employment Relations

In order to major in this multidisciplinary course of study, students must take 36 credits of Labor Studies & Employment Relations courses with a grade of C or better as part of the total 120 credits required to graduate from Rutgers. These courses must include:

Bachelor of Arts in Labor Studies and Employment Relations

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Explore a Wide Range of Topics

Are you interested in how work is managed, the problems of working people, and what workers have done as individuals and groups to address these problems? Do you want to help change jobs/society for the better while also having a rewarding professional career? 

Graduate Certificates

The School of Management and Labor Relations offers individuals with bachelor’s degrees the chance to obtain graduate certificates. These involve a series of regular graduate courses. Credits can later be transferred to one of the master’s programs offered by the School of Management and Labor Relations.

Careers in LSER

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 Career Options with a Bachelor of Labor and Employment Relations degree

A degree or minor in Labor and Employment Relations can be your springboard to a wide range of career paths and opportunities. Each degree or concentration provides students with a unique set of skills and perspectives that are sought after in a variety of fields. Your personal career goals can help you choose which path to take.