Industrial and Labor Relations
Stan Elsea, Management 107 Calvin Hall
Clive Fullagar, Psychology
469 Bluemont Hall
The secondary major in industrial and labor relations is a 25-hour interdisciplinary program of study, offered jointly by the Department of Management in the College of Business Administration and the Departments of Economics; Psychology; and Sociology, Anthropology, and Social Work in the College of Arts and Sciences. Eighteen of the hours must be taken outside the student's primary major area.
MANGT/ECON/PSYCH 330 and four additional courses are required as shown in Group I below. In addition, two elective courses must be chosen from each of Groups II and III below.
I. Required courses (16 hours)
PSYCH 330 Introductory Seminar 1
ECON 523 Human Resource Economics 3
MANGT 530 Industrial and Labor Relations 3
MANGT 630 Labor Relations Law 3
PSYCH 560 Industrial Psychology 3
II. Restricted electives
Select two courses.
ECON 540 Managerial Economics 3
MANGT 535 Personnel Law 3
MANGT 537 Industrial Conflict Resolution 3
PSYCH 564 Psychology of Organizations 3
SOCIO 546 Bureaucracy in Modern Societies 3
III. Group electives
Select two courses total from two different groups.
MANGT 531 Personnel and Human Resources
MANGT 639 Advanced Labor Relations 3
ECON 507 The Japanese Economy 3
ECON 620 Labor Economics 3
ECON 627 Contemporary Labor Problems 3
ECON 630 Introduction to Econometrics 3
PSYCH 559 Psychological Testing 3
PSYCH 563 Gender Issues in the Workplace 3
POLSC 616 Discrimination and the Law 3
SOCIO 450 Introduction to Social Interaction 3
SOCIO 547 Sociology of Work 3
SOCIO 570 Race and Ethnic Relations in the USA 3
University general education credit.