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  School of Management and Labor Relations 2006-2008 Labor Studies and Employment Relations Undergraduate Students in Graduate Courses  

Undergraduate Students in Graduate Courses

Undergraduate students may receive credit toward the labor studies major for courses taken at the graduate level. Courses offered by the graduate program in labor and employment relations and selected courses in the graduate program in human resource management can be treated as courses within the labor studies department. In general, the student should be a senior and have a cumulative grade-point average of 3.0 or higher. In some instances, SMLR will accept petitions from upper-level students who are not yet in their senior year to take and receive credit for graduate courses.


 
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