The Advanced Certificate in Labor Studies is intended for people interested in learning about work and labor in historical and contemporary contexts. The program will encompass a range of work and labor topics including the development of free market capital in the United States and how it has shaped work and labor, the role of the state in forming work and labor policy, the role of workers movements, and work and labor issues in historical and contemporary perspectives. The certificate may be of particular interest to those with experience or career goals in the labor movement, labor relations, public advocacy, social justice, or non-profits.
Program Delivery and Tuition Rate
This certificate program is delivered through online courses and is billed at the non-MBA rate.
The certificate is comprised of 4 courses, each worth 3 credits, and can be completed in one to two academic terms. Students may begin this 12-credit certificate in the fall or spring terms. The required courses and suggested sequence are as follows:
|LABR 6010||Work & Labor Studies||3|
|LABR 6020||Working in America||3|
|LABR 6034||American Capitalism||3|
|LABR 6075||Global Work||3|