Labor and Employment Relations
Master of Human Resources and Industrial Relations - Online
The master’s program can lead to a professional, terminal master’s degree, or it can prepare students to continue their graduate study toward a Ph.D. or other doctoral degrees in law and other professional areas.
The master’s degree requires 48 graduate hours of courses and usually takes six semesters to complete (including summers). The master’s degree program has core requirements in human resources/industrial relations systems, and quantitative methods, and a subject distribution requirement.
|At least one course in each of four subject areas||16|
& LER 593
|Employment Relations Systems|
and Quantitative Methods in LER
|Other requirements may overlap|
|Minimum Hours Required Within the Unit:||36|
|Minimum 500-level Hours Required Overall:||12|