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Master of Labor and Employment Relations

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  • Course description
    Choose from a variety of rewarding professions
    • Manage labor relations for employers
    • Build a career as a union professional
    • Specialize in diversity, globalization & other hot topics
    • Get a great job in government agencies like the NLRB
    • Lead community and non-profit organizations
    • Combine labor relations with human resources
    Explore exciting ideas with top instructors
    • Classes build skills and expand intellectual horizons
    • Engaging “real-world” courses taught by nationally-known scholars
    • Our 13-course program includes 5 electives
    • Part-time or full-time study is available
    • Online courses increase your options
    • Classes start at 4:30 or 7:20 p.m.
    Become a leader through our unique program
    • Get both the employee and employer perspective
    • Gain flexible skills for a work world of constant change
    • Focus on leading people, not managing money or things
    • Network with employment relations professionals in New Jersey
    Curriculum:
    The following courses are required:

    38:578:500 Introductory Seminar in Labor and Employment Relations
    38:533:565 Economics and Demographics of Labor Markets
    38:578:560 Collective Bargaining
    One course from each of the following areas is also required:
    Law:
    38:578:550 Labor Law
    38:533:566 Employment Law
    38:578:565 Public Sector Collective Bargaining
    Institutional Diversity:
    38:578:612 Labor/Employment History
    38:578:562 Seminar in International/Comparative Labor and Employment Relations
    37:575:301 Comparative Labor Movements (taken for graduate credit)
    Workforce Diversity:
    38:578:541 Women and Work:
    38:578:551 Seminar in Minorities and Work
    37:578:307 Latino Workers in the U.S. (taken for graduate credit)
    Finance:
    38:578:538 Financial Analysis and Corporate Governance
    38:533:540 HR Decision-Making: Financial Decisions
    Research Methods:
    38:578:501 Research Methods in Labor & Employment Relations
    38:533:541 HR Decision-Making: Accessing Data for Decisions

    IN ADDITION, STUDENTS TAKE 15 CREDITS OF ELECTIVES FOR A TOTAL PROGRAM OF 39 CREDITS.

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