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New Brunswick Undergraduate Catalog 2020-2022 School of Management and Labor Relations Labor Studies and Employment Relations Bachelor of Science in Labor and Employment Relations Major Requirements for the Bachelor of Science Degree  

Major Requirements for the Bachelor of Science Degree


The major consists of 36 credits in labor and employment relations. Students must attain a grade of C or better for a class to count toward the major. In place of 6 of these credits, students may substitute related courses from other social science programs; departmental approval is required for courses from other universities; a list of Rutgers University-New Brunswick courses is available from the department.

The following five courses are required in the bachelor of science program:

  • 37:575:100  Introduction to Labor Studies or 37:575:110  Work, Society, and the Quality of Life)
  • 37:575:315  Employment Law
  • 37:575:401  Research Methods in Labor Studies or an alternative research methods/statistics course from other programs; 01:920:311; 01:830:200; 01:790:300; 10:762:205; 01:220:322; 01:450:319; 01:960:212; 01:960:285;
  • 37:575:395  Perspectives on Labor Studies; and
  • 37:575:490, 496, or 497 an internship; this course will be waived for students with work experience.
 
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