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LABOR STUDIES AND EMPLOYMENT RELATIONS

Undergraduate Certificate Program

Robin Robinson
101 Sparks Bldg
University Park
Phone: 814-863-3870
E-mail: rmb3@psu.edu

Abington College, Altoona College, Penn State Brandywine, Penn State DuBois, Penn State Lehigh Valley, University Park, World Campus

LABOR STUDIES AND EMPLOYMENT RELATIONS (LSER)

Penn State's online certificate in labor studies and employment relations can prepare you for a leadership position in trade unions, employer organizations, or government. The program focuses on the relationship between employees and employers, and the many issues that influence their relationship. You will study a range of subjects including employment law, collective bargaining, and workplace diversity.

To earn an undergraduate certificate in LABOR STUDIES AND EMPLOYMENT RELATIONS, a minimum of 12 credits is required.

PRESCRIBED COURSES

LER 100
LER 201
CRIM 482 OR LER 136 OR LER 434 OR LER 435

Student may take CRIM 482 or LER 136 or LER 434 or LER 435 or PSYCH 485.

No Prerequisites Required.

Effective Date: Fall Semester 2000

Expiration Date:

Last Revised by the Department: 02/16/2012

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