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About the Certificate #

The certificate provides the focused knowledge related to the workplace. It is designed for individuals seeking basic knowledge about labor rights, collective bargaining, labor problems, and more. Students can build their course of study from a rich list of labor studies courses and the guidance of our advisors.

Requirements #

The certificate in labor studies is 30 credit hours.

  • 18 credit hours (LSTU-L)*
  • 3 cr. in Arts and Humanities (A&H)
  • 3 cr. in Science and Math (S&M)
  • 3 cr. in Social and Behavioral Science (S&B)
  • 3 cr. in one of the A&H, S&M or S&B areas

*except L190, L199, L290 and L299

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