Minors & Concentration in LSER

Labor Studies and Employment Relations Minor

The general minor in Labor Studies and Employment Relations consists of six courses offered by the department, for a total of at least 18 credits.  You must take either Introduction to Labor Studies and Employment Relations (37:575:100) or Work, Society, & the Quality of Life (37:575:110).  You must have a C or better in a course for it to count towards the minor.

Minors & Concentrations

The Labor Studies and Employment Relations Department offers a number of Concentrations and Minors for students seeking to focus on a specific area of study. The requirements for either a minor or a concentration in the major are the same.

Specialized Concentrations and Minors Include:

Diversity in the Workplace

Labor Unions and Social Movements

Law and the Workplace

Work, Globalization, and Migration

Work Organization and Management


For more information contact our undergraduate advisors Amy Marchitto at lobelo@smlr.rutgers.edu or 848-932-8559 and Talia Schank at talia.schank@rutgers.edu or 848-932-1749.