Labor Studies courses are open for all IU campuses! #
All Labor Studies courses are available online.
Flexible options to earn your degree with regular sixteen week semester courses and eight week compressed courses.
Credit and non-credit university-level courses.
Associate of Science in Labor Studies
Provides a solid beginning career foundation in the field of work. Students may use the degree to jumpstart their college education, combine it with another major, and earn higher incomes and promotions.
Bachelor of Science in Labor Studies
With a focus on the rapidly changing conditions of work within a national and global perspective, graduates are prepared to assume leadership roles in the workplace and in communities.
Certificate in Labor Studies
Designed for individuals seeking basic knowledge about labor rights, collective bargaining, labor problems, and more.
The school offers continuing education on current and emerging workforce issues. Credit and non-credit university level education for current and future workers to increase knowledge, understanding, and critical thinking about work and labor organizations within a global context.
Labor Studies Minor
Providing students with a foundation for further specialization in areas relevant to their individual career interests.
Take a Labor Studies course as an elective
Flexible online courses offered in compressed calendars or full semester calendars. All Indiana University students are eligible to take a Labor Studies course.
Career Opportunities #
Affirmative Action Coordinator, Arbitrator, Compensation Manager, Conciliator, Dispute Resolution Specialist, EEO Representative, Employee Benefits Manager, Employee Relations Representative, Employee Welfare Manager, Employment Counselor, Federal/State Mediator, Human Resources Administrator, Industrial Relations Director, Job Analyst, Labor Organizer, Labor Relations Manager, Manufacturing Supervisor, Occupational Analyst, Placement Manager, Union Staff Representative
Labor Studies is the best choice #
Labor Studies empowers students to be engaged citizens and agents of change who will create a more just and equitable world of work.
Promotes respect for workers and an understanding of working class histories, experiences, perspectives and knowledge.
Increased knowledge, understanding, and critical thinking about work and labor organizations within a global context.
The Labor Studies program has given me a solid scholastic foundation to supplement my work experience in Labor Relations Management. The curriculum allows insight to everyday real life work experiences. Additionally, the program has allowed me to develop in my role by giving me a balanced outlook on labor-management relationships. I highly recommend this program.
Margo Rout, BS-LS
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