Admission to the Program
There are no admission requirements for the Labor Relations and Human Resource Management Major. Students who wish to major in Labor Relations and Human Resource Management should contact the program coordinator. The LHR Program Coordinator will be the official advisor for all LHR majors.
Labor Relations and Human Resource Management (LHR) students take courses totaling 45 credits from a variety of departments with at least 9 credits taken from each of 4 groupings of courses. ECO 329 is taken by all LHR majors to satisfy Stage 3 of the University Writing Requirement (WRT 075 on the degree evaluation). Three credits of an Internship course (LHR 490) may be applied to the required 45 credits. The pre-requisites for LHR courses do NOT count toward the 45 credits for the major. Also note that taking the required minimum courses for the major will total 39 credits, so you will need to take any two additional courses (6 credits) from the Business Administration, Psychology, or Other disciplines groupings.