Looking for an interesting Spring 2023 course to add to your schedule?

Check out the courses below offered through the School of Management and Labor Relations! Open to all undergraduate students, no pre-requisites.

Human Resource Management (533)

Check out all of our undergraduate courses offered for Spring on the Rutgers Schedule of Classes (direct link for 533)

    37:533:327  Special Topics in HRM: Finding & Evolving Your Purpose-Driven Career

    Taught by Instr. Sunheet Bhatt
    Wed. 10:20am-1:20 pm
    Imagine a class fully dedicated to helping you understand your unique strengths and point-of-view, and then giving you a forum to practice how you articulate your story in an authentic way -- in a job interview, in a grad school application, in a deep conversation with friends and family. Every session will be built around helping you understand and articulate your purpose, using a mix of reading materials, tools, frameworks, assessments, powerful guest speakers -- and always, great conversations.
  • 37:5333:360  HRM Financial Decisions
    Hybrid and in-person sections offered
    Taught by Prof. Peter Rokkos and Prof. Jim Terez
    This class will cover the connections between business strategy, financial strategy and human resource strategy. 
  • 37:533:324  Special Topics: Equity Compensation & Employee Ownership
    Taught by Prof. Joseph Blasi 
    Wed. 2:00-5:00 pm
    This is a survey course that explores the variety of ways that businesses can compensate employees with shares of equity, profits, or gains, and the human resource management, employment relations, organizational and individual motivational issues that such practices raise.  
  • 37:533:301  Intro to Human Resource Management
    Online and in-person sections offered
    Covers the broad range of topics associated with HR management from the perspective of the HR professional, the manager, and the employee. Serves as the base course in the undergrad HRM major and minor. For students who hope to become managers or team leaders during their careers, covers issues such as staffing, motivating, and developing team members.
  • 37:533:317  Career Management
    Online and in-person sections offered 
    Provides an overview of career management topics including understanding self-assessment results, preparing for the job market, understanding the job search process, and maximizing effectiveness in career development. Also covers basic personal career enhancing skills and topics including resume writing, interviewing skills, work-life harmony, and relocation.

Labor Studies and Employment Relations (575)

Check out all of our undergraduate courses offered for Spring on the Rutgers Schedule of Classes (direct link for 575)​

  • 37:575:240  Sustainability, Jobs and Justice
    Taught by Prof. Todd Vachon
    Tues. 10:20am-1:20pm
    This course explores the interconnections between democracy, economy, and the environment; movements for social, economic, and environmental sustainability; the relationship between good jobs and environmental justice.

  • 37:575:265  Intro to Disability Studies: History, Rights, Inclusion
    Taught by Prof. Lisa Schur
    Wed. 10:20am-1:20pm
    This course introduces perspectives on disability and its relationship to politics, employment, law, media, arts, sports, and built environments, focusing on creating social and economic change.

  • 37:575:308  Dynamics of Work and Work Organization
    Taught by Prof. William Dwyer
    Tues. 2:00-5:00pm
    This course is an examination of the social dynamics of economic institutions and their corresponding work relations; corporate organization and union structure; selected problems of technological change; human relations in industry and the changing bases of managerial authority.

Management and Work (624)

Check out all of our undergradaute courses offered for Spring on the Rutgers Schedule of Classes (direct link for 624) 

  • 37:624:345  Organizational Behavior and Work
    Various in-person and asynchronous online sections offered
    This course explores behavior by individuals and groups in the workplace; group and intergroup dynamics; organizational culture, structure, and change; leadership, employee motivation, job performance, and feedback. 
  • 37:624:348  Leadership in the Workplace 
    Various in-person and asynchronous online sections offered
    This course is designed to provide managers with the tools necessary to effectively lead individuals and teams in today’s complex organizational climate. Through simulations, group exercises, discussion, case studies and reading; students will develop their leadership style and capability to supervise, motivate, build teams, manage group dynamics, communicate effectively, and deal with conflict. 
  • 37:624:364  Diversity and Inclusion
    Various in-person and asynchronous online sections offered
    This course focuses on how the increasing demographic diversity of American workplaces affects social relations, cultural dynamics, and organizational effectiveness.

SMLR Graduate Courses

Are you a SMLR graduate student looking to complete your schedule? Click the links below to view the latest online schedule of classes for the Master of Human Resource Management, Master of Labor and Employment Relations, and graduate certificate programs: