Doctoral degree in Human Resources and Industrial Relations, Masters degree in Human Resources and Industrial Relations
The School of Labor and Employment Relations has been established as a leader in training HR/IR professionals for over 60 years. Widely considered by professionals in the field as a competitive academic program, ranked consistently among the top HR programs in the nation, the School develps the natural leadership and creative problem-solving skills of its students. Our mulit-disciplanary three-semester master's degree program provides a solid foundation for graduates to meeet the challenges of an evolving workplace.
International Student Requirements:
Must have minimal TOEFL score of 96 or IELTS of 6.5
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# of Credits Required:
In State Tuition (per year):
$15,500 Instate $23,750 Out of State