The Labor Studies Major prepares students for leadership roles in the labor movement and careers in labor relations. Candidates for the bachelor's degree must complete 120 credits in course work, including 32 credits in the Labor Studies major. The Labor Studies major incorporates courses in economics, history, psychology, political science and sociology, as well as labor studies.
The program is housed within Labor @ Wayne.
For information on the program requirements, admission requirements, courses, and transfer credits click on the links under the Student tab or contact the Program's Academic Services Officer, Frank Koscielski, at firstname.lastname@example.org