Courses

Semester and elective courses for the Master of Arts in Employment and Labor Relations program.

 

Winter 2019 courses available

Core classes Day Time Instructor Location Notes

MGT 7780 Negotiation Thy& Prc

Tuesday

6 – 8:30 p.m. Marick Masters

Mike Ilitch School of Business Room 0123

 

MGT 7640 MGT Hmn Resources

Arranged   Ariel Levi    

MGT 7640 Hmn Resources

Arranged   Dennis Weislo    

ELR 7550 Lbr Rlns & Cltv Barg

Thursday

6:00 – 8:30 pm Michael Walsh

Manoogian Hall Room 0015

 

MGT 7750 Lbr Rlns & Cltv Barg

Wednesday

6:00 – 8:30 pm James Martin

Mike Ilitch School of Business Room 0219

 

 

Fall 2018 electives

Core classes Day Time Instructor Location Notes
ELR 7430 Public Sector Labor Relations Tuesday 6 – 8: 30 p.m. Jenkins

State Hall Room 0323

 

HIS 7290 Rdg: Amer Labor

Mon & Wed

12:30 to 2:10 pm Amanda Walter

State Hall Room 0219

 

PS 7460 Program Evaluation

Wednesday

6:30 – 9:00 pm Lyke Thompson

Old Main Room 1145

 

PS 7340 Pub Personnel Mgt

Thursday

6:30 – 9:00 pm Alisa Moldavanova

State Hall Room 0115

 
PS 7320 Org Theory & Bhv

Wednesday

6:30 – 9:00 pm Sarbaugh-Thompson, Marjorie

Main Campus Room TBA

 

MGT 7850 Mgmt Thr Consrctv Persuasion

Various times and days—see online schedule   Sherilynn J. Perelli     

Dennis M. Schrag
  See online schedule for days and times

DR 7890 Finl Smnr: Dsput Rsln

Tuesday

6:00 – 8:30 pm Keashly, Loraleigh

Manoogian Room 0581

 

MGT 7790 Cmpnsatn Admin

Monday

6:00 – 9:25 pm Piszczek, Matthew Michael

Mike Ilitch School of Business Room 0337

 

MGT 7650 Strgc Hum Rsc Mgt

Arranged   Rich, Theresa   Online course

DR 6120 Hmn Dvrsty&Clflct

Thursday

6:00 – 8:30 pm TBA

Kresge Library Room 0201

 

ELR 7990 Directed Study Individual

Arranged   Marick Masters  

Departmental permission required

ELR 7600 Internship: ELR Individual

Arranged   Marick Masters  

Departmental permission required

 

MAELR electives

In addition to the courses listed, the MAELR Director will examine other courses currently offered within the university that may be suitable elective. Courses found suitable will be added to the list of electives.

View courses available for current semester

 

Union management relations electives (15 credits)

Course # Title Credits
ECO 6400

Labor Economics

 
ELR 7010

Health Care & Retirement Emp Benefits

 
ECO 6415

Economics of Race & Gender

 
HIS 7290

American Labor History

 
ELR 7400

Labor Relations Law in North America

 
ELR 7700

Current & Future Trends in Collective Bargaining

 
ELR 8000

Intl. Labor Relations & Human Resources

 
MGT 7770

Union Contract Administration

 
PS 6070

Labor & American Politics

 
PS 6340

Public Sector Labor Relations

 

 

Human resource management (15 credits)

Course # Title Credits
MGT 7620

Complex Organizations

 
MGT 7630

Organizational Change & Development

 
MGT 7650

Strategic Human Resource Management

 
MGT 7790

Compensation Administration

 
PS 7340

Public Personnel Management

 

 

Dispute resolution electives/Certificate (15 credits)

Course # Title Credits
COM 6350

Communication, Culture, and Conflict

 
DR 6120

Human Diversity & Human Conflict

 
DR 7100

Roots of Social Conflict

 
DR 7210

I Negotiating Theory & Practice

 
DR 7220

II Neutral Intervention Theory & Practice

 
DR 7310

Practicum in Dispute Resolution

 
DR 7890

Seminar in Dispute Resolution

 
DR 6992

Democratic Theory & Conflict Management (formerly PS 7550)

 

 

Other electives

Course # Title Credits
ELR 7550

Special Topics

 
ELR 7600

Internship in Employment & Labor Relations

 
ELR 7900

Directed Study in Employment & Labor Relations

 
ELR 7999

Master's Essay in Employment & Labor Relations

 

 

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