The bachelor of arts is designed for students who want to concentrate on the roles of various relationships in the labor environment. Graduates will be equipped for positions in human resources, labor relations, training, employment law, and occupational analysis. Others may continue their education and work toward a master's or doctoral degree.
Bachelor of Arts in Labor and Employment Relations
- 39 credits required for the major
- 21 prescribed course credits
- 9 additional course credits
- 9 supporting and related area course credits
- 24 bachelor of arts degree credits
- 45 general education credits
- 23–24 elective credits
The prescribed courses for the bachelor of arts degree focus on basic studies of labor and employment relations and economics including a historical background. Additional course work includes instruction in basic research methods. Other course options are available to fulfill the remainder of the degree requirements allowing you to customize the degree to meet your areas of interest or specific needs.
Use the Course List to view the course requirements in more detail.