The major consists of 36 credits in labor studies and employment relations. Students must maintain a grade of C or better. In place of 6 of these credits, students may substitute related courses from other programs. A list of these courses is available from the department.
The following courses are required: (1) either 37:575:100 or 37:375:101 Introduction to Labor Studies and Employment Relations, (2) 37:575:395 Perspectives on Labor Studies, and (3) one advanced course chosen from among the following:
37:575:450 Senior Seminar in Labor Studies (3)
37:575:490 Internship in Labor Education (BA)
37:575:494 or 37:575:495 Independent Study and Research (BA,BA)
37:575:496 or 37:575:497 Internship in Labor Studies (BA,BA)
37:575:498 or 37:575:499 Honors in Labor Studies (BA,BA)