Enrollment Sequence

Students may choose to follow one of three concentrations offered in the master’s degree in Work and Labor Policy or incorporate one of the advanced certificates into the degree program through the general concentration. The enrollment sequence below is based on half-time enrollment.

Master of Arts in Work and Labor Policy
TermCreditCore Courses

First Term

6 cr

LABR 6005 - Work & Labor Policy Process, 3cr
LABR 6010 - Work and Labor Studies, 3cr

Second Term

6 cr

LABR 6015 - Labor Policy in America, 3cr
PPOL 6020 - Research Methods, 3cr

Concentration Courses
    Work and Labor Policy Workforce Development

Work and Public Policy

General

Third Term

6 cr

LABR-6034 American Capitalism, 3cr
LABR-6020 Working in America, 3cr

CAED-6010 Principles of Community and Economic Development, 3cr
CAED-6070 Workforce Development Policy, 3cr

PPOL-6080 Citizen and State, 3cr
LABR-6040 Labor Law, 3cr

Elective, 3cr
Elective, 3cr

Fourth Term

6 cr

LABR-6050 Government, Work, and Labor, 3cr
LABR-6025 Labor Employment Relations, 3cr

LABR-6030 Sociology of Work, 3cr
ADLC-6040 Learning and Education in the Workplace, 3cr

LABR-6050 Government, Work, and Labor, 3cr
PPOL-6165 NY State Government and Politics, 3cr

Elective, 3cr
Elective, 3cr

Fifth Term

6 cr

LABR-6075 Global Work, 3cr
LABR-7010 Final Project, 3cr

Elective, 3cr
LABR-7010 Final Project, 3cr

Elective, 3cr
LABR-7010 Final Project, 3cr

Elective, 3cr
LABR-7010 Final Project, 3cr

 

Total

30 cr