Department of Employment and Labor Relations

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    Graduate Programs in Employment and Labor Relations

    You’ll build leadership credentials and develop expertise in handling employment and labor concerns with these multidisciplinary master’s degrees. Opportunities in this field include jobs in public and private management, unions, government agencies, healthcare settings, and other organizations.

    Human Resources and Employment Relations, MA

    Health Services Administration, MS

    Human Resources and Employment Relations, MA Virtual Information Session

    February 11, 2021
    6:00 p.m.

    Thank you for your interest in our Human Resources and Employment Relations, MA Virtual Information Session. During this time, we will discuss topics covering the admissions process, funding opportunities, coursework, and program details. Don't forget to bring your questions too as we will be leaving room for Q&A at the end. Registration is required.

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  • Alumni Testimonials

    Graduates of our master’s degree programs talk about their professional success and how the resources and knowledge they gained helped them in their careers.

    “A tremendously insightful and rigorous program, with infinitely helpful professors. An experience I will always remember, complete with friends made for life.”

    —Alex Hajduk,
    National Labor Relations Board, Oakland, California

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