M.A. Labor Degree Program
To begin planning your degree program, think about your long- and short-range goals, areas you want to investigate or learn about, policy areas of interest to you, or any gaps in your education. Your academic advisor can assist you in thinking through these areas of interest and the ways in which they can be made into appropriate electives.
If you are considering doctoral study, you also should investigate the requirements of programs that interest you so that you can incorporate their requirements into your Master of Arts degree.
In Labor and Policy Studies, your degree program should be approved by the beginning of your third term. You cannot graduate without an approved degree program on file.
Note: you may not enroll for more than 21 credit hours without an approved degree program in place.