Majors and Programs - Politics, Economics & Law

Bachelor of Arts

The Bachelor of Arts program in Industrial and Labor Relations recognizes that globalization of labor markets and production is rapidly changing the labor-management environment. Through a curriculum that required 90 credits of study in the arts and sciences, the program explores the history, contributions, and problems of working people and their institutions in contemporary society, as well as... Read more
The Politics, Economics and Law curriculum has various objectives: to introduce students to the disciplines of political science, political economy and economics and to examine how these different areas intersect to shape U.S. and international law, institutions, and policies. Such a course of study provides the student with a strong background in the historical development of corporations,... Read more

Bachelor of Science

The Bachelor of Science Degree in Industrial and Labor Relations requires a more intensive series of core courses than its Bachelor of Arts counterpart. Through the vantage point of worker/employer relations, the program explores the history, contributions, and problems of working people and their institutions in contemporary society, as well as the theory and practice of various management... Read more

Minor

The economics minor is intended to familiarize students with the economic aspects of society, to develop their ability to use economic theory and techniques to analyze contemporary social issues, and exercise judgment in evaluating public policy. Students interested in further study or careers in business (management or finance), international relations, law as well as public policy areas such as... Read more