At Rutgers School of Management and Labor Relations (SMLR), you will become a member of a global community that supports academic curiosity and can provide you with the critical skills needed to shape the world of work. We look forward to welcoming you!


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B.A.
Undergraduate

Explore the relationship between HR strategy and business success. Gain the leadership skills needed to shape the workplace in today's global business environment.

B.A.
Undergraduate

Offered jointly from SMLR and the School of Arts and Sciences (SAS). Learn how to manage people well whether you work for a corporation, government, or a community organization. Apply knowledge of current issues like work-life balance or employee rights to your workplace.

B.S.
Undergraduate

The Bachelor of Science program in Labor and Employment Relations is designed so that students with at least one year of college can complete their degree through a flexible combination of online, daytime, weekend, evening, and/or off-campus courses.

Certificate
Graduate

Understand the sources of conflict in organizations, learn mediation techniques to reduce differences between individuals or groups, facilitate better group processes, use negotiation techniques to resolve and reduce conflict, and see how both nonunion and union workplaces deal with individuals who have grievances.

Certificate
Graduate

Designed to give you the tools to help organizations successfully navigate the challenges and opportunities associated with an increasingly diverse workforce. May be taken entirely online.

Certificate
Graduate

This certificate program in the general area of labor and employment relations involves successful completion of four graduate courses offered by the Labor Studies and Employment Relations Department. May be taken entirely online.

Certificate
Graduate

Four-course program helps students develop knowledge and skills in organizational leadership, change management, and creating and sustaining a learning organization. May be taken entirely online.

M.H.R.M.
Graduate

In-person program that features face-to-face instruction in the classroom. Engage with faculty and a cohort of your peers on campus to elevate your career to the next level.

M.L.E.R.
Graduate

Flexible master's program leading to careers in many types of organizations ranging from corporations to non-profits, from unions to other social justice organizations, and from state or federal government agencies to public policy institutes.

B.S.
Undergraduate

Degree-completion program designed for individuals who have earned two or more years of college credits. Study how the world of work is changing today and how that affects employees and our society to gain expertise relevant to successful employment across a wide variety of fields.  

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