Log into the Virtual Information Session on August 3: https://bit.ly/InfoSession_Aug3
Stop by online anytime Monday, August 3 between 6pm - 7:30pm to learn about the Rutgers Online Bachelor of Science in Labor and Employment Relations! Meet with Undergraduate Program Director Paula Voos and Student Advisor Talia Schank to ask your individual questions, find out about the application process and prepare for our special Instant Decision Day that will take place Wednesday, August 5.
What is an Instant Decision Day?
We are holding a special Instant Decision Day event on Wednesday, August 5, 2020 from 11am - 7pm. Applicants for the Online Bachelor of Science in Labor and Employment Relations only can reserve an appointment to have their application evaluated during a 20-minute appointment and receive an admissions decision for Fall 2020! Instant decision appointments are on a space-available basis, so be sure to register here. Once you register, you will be assigned a specific time slot. Appointments are available by Webex video conference or by phone.
In order to get an instant decision on August 5, you must:
- Submit a Rutgers online application on or before August 4 (select School of Management and Labor Relations).
- Submit a copy of your college transcript from each college you attended (must include all courses attempted and grades earned each term, through the end of Spring 2020). Unofficial transcripts are acceptable for this purpose and should be emailed to Talia Schank at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you have any questions, please contact Talia Schank at email@example.com.
Interested in our "traditional" Bachelor of Science program that consists of a mix of in-person and online classes? We'd love to hear from you too – please contact Talia Schank at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
About the Online B.S. Program
The Rutgers Online Bachelor of Science in Labor and Employment Relations is a degree-completion program designed for individuals who have already earned two or more years of college credits. A total of 120 credits are needed for the Online B.S. in Labor and Employment Relations degree. It is possible to transfer up to 60 credits from a 2-year college, and up to 90 credits from a 4-year college, or a combination of 2- and 4-year colleges you attended previously.
Through this bachelor’s program you’ll study how the world of work is changing today and how that affects employees and our society. In the process you will gain expertise relevant to successful employment across a wide variety of fields. Potential areas of study include: human behavior in organizations, diversity/inclusion issues, employment law, workplace leadership, collective bargaining, using emotional intelligence, labor history, and/or professional development strategies.
Study Work. Value People. Lead Change.