The labor relations certificate program is focused on building skills to successfully administer the terms of a bargaining agreement in a workplace represented by organized labor. The certificate is designed to give students skills in grievance handling, arbitration procedures, contract administration, and negotiations. Emphasis is placed on equitable resolutions to problems in the workplace.
The 12-credit graduate certificate is designed as a standalone stackable credential. Credits can also be applied to the 30-credit M.S. degree in Human Resource Management. Courses are offered online in an accelerated 8-week format.
Jodi Potter Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Management
- HRMG 6500 Employment Law
- HRMG6050 Labor Relations
- HRMG6220 Contract Negotiation and Administration
- HRMG 6520 Grievance and Arbitration
These are some of the classes for students in this academic program: