At a Glance
Students: 618 (full-time and part-time)
Faculty: 82 (full-time and part-time)
Office of the Dean: Janice H. Levin Building, 94 Rockafeller Road, Livingston Campus
- Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) in Labor Studies and Employment Relations (Awarded jointly with the School of Arts and Sciences)
- Bachelor of Science (B.S.) in Labor and Employment Relations
- Master of Human Resource Management (M.H.R.M.)
- Global Executive Master’s in Human Resource Leadership
- Master of Labor and Employment Relations (M.L.E.R.)
- Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in Industrial Relations and Human Resources (Awarded through the Graduate School–New Brunswick)
- Two undergraduate degree programs with different focuses are offered, a B.A. program in conjunction with the School of Arts and Sciences and a B.S. program. Explore which might fit your needs and interests.
- The school offers two highly respected master’s degrees: the M.H.R.M. and M.L.E.R. Added to these is an innovative, accelerated global executive master’s in human resource leadership that looks to prepare the next generation of global HR leaders, with sessions held in four international locations. The faculty also administer a Ph.D. degree in industrial relations and human resources, with graduates going on to research and academic positions.
- Research that explores and anticipates the changing nature of the workplace is a key component of the school’s mission.
- The school offers select online undergraduate and graduate courses through eSMLR.
- Also offered are extensive continuing education programs, including joint labor/management, union leadership academy, occupational training and education consortium, diversity and inclusion in the workplace, and more.
- The school includes a number of centers and institutes that focus on specific research areas and offer additional continuing education programs and outreach support. Some examples are the Center for Women and Work, the Center for Management Development, and the Center for Organizational Leadership and Transformation.