Find Part time Masters Programs in Employment Relations in North America 2019/2020
A Masters degree is an academic degree awarded to individuals who successfully denote a higher level of expertise. There are two main types of Masters - taught and research.
Professionals in this field focus on development and motivation of employees. Additionally, they must know employment law, contracts, and negotiations as well as understand organizational behavior and the wider social and economic aspects of management.
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The Master of Labor and Employment Relations (MLER) program produces graduates who are thoughtful professionals, informed leaders, and/or researchers grounded in contempo
The Master of Labor and Employment Relations (MLER) program produces graduates who are thoughtful professionals, informed leaders, and/or researchers grounded in contemporary reality. Graduates have careers in many types of organizations, ranging from corporations to non-profits, from unions to other social justice organizations, and from state or federal government agencies to public policy institutes. With our degree, you might:
Manage employment relations for employers
Build a career as a union professional
Specialize in diversity, globalization, or other hot topics
Get a great job in a government agency like the NLRB
Lead a community or non-profit organization
Combine labor relations with human resources
Manage people well in many types of organizations
Explore Exciting Ideas with Top Instructors
Classes both build skills and expand intellectual horizons
Engaging real-world courses are taught by nationally-known scholars
Part-time or full-time student is available
Online courses increase your options
Get both the employee and the employer perspective
It’s a Professional Program Helping You to:
Be a role model for your family
Move up at your current employer
Teach others what you have learned
Advance justice, diversity, or your other ideals
What Sets the MLER Program Apart?
Expand your intellectual horizons from both the employee and employer perspective.
Understand employment relations from a range of different perspectives, such as labor, management, employees, citizen activists, and that of society as a whole.
Acquire current, leadership skills needed to maximize your future professional employment opportunities in a work world of constant change.
Build professional skills that...