Candidates for the master of human resource management (M.H.R.M.) and the master of labor and employment relations (M.L.E.R.) degrees must satisfy all requirements of the School of Management and Labor Relations, as well as the particular requirements of their chosen program.
The minimum requirement to earn the master's degree is set out by each degree program. Any student seeking a master's degree must maintain continuous registration in the school from the time of admission to graduate study until the degree is conferred.
In fulfilling course requirements, students may select courses from a single program, or they can pick courses from several related programs if they have approval from the graduate program director. All programs of study are subject to review by the dean of the School of Management and Labor Relations.