Recommended Academic Plan for Labor and Employment Relations (LERBS) at University Park-Program Year 2007

Effective Date Fall 2007

1

Course DetailsCredits
ECON 102 Introduction to Microeconomic Analysis and Policy (GS)Notes for: ECON 102 (GS)

ECON 102 (GS)

Requirements for this course
  • * Course requires a grade of 'C' of better.*
  • † Course satisfies General Education and degree requirements.
or ECON 102H Honors Microeconomical Analysis and Policy (GS)Notes for: ECON 102H

ECON 102H

The course satisfies Honors credits
Requirements for this course
  • * Course requires a grade of 'C' of better.*
  • † Course satisfies General Education and degree requirements.
3
General Social and Behavioral Science (GS)Notes for: Social and Behavioral Science (GS)

Social and Behavioral Science (GS)

Students are STRONGLY encouraged to take PSYCH 100. This course is a prerequisite for PSYCH 281, a required course for all LERBS majors.
3
General Humanities (GH)Notes for: Humanities (GH)

Humanities (GH)

Students may take a Humanities course that also has the First Year Seminar designation and satisfy both the GH and the FYS requirements.
3
3
General Natural Science (GN) with labNotes for: Natural Science (GN) with lab

Natural Science (GN) with lab

All Liberal Arts students much complete at least one GN that includes a lab
3
Total credits 15

2

Course DetailsCredits
General Quantification (GQ)

Quantification (GQ)

3
3
LER 136 Race, Gender, and EmploymentNotes for: LER 136

LER 136

All LERBS students must complete either LER 136 or LER 400 and may opt to take both courses eventually. It's recommended, however, that students take LER 400 in a later semester. At this point in the major, LER 136 is the more appropriate choice.
Requirements for this course
  • * Course requires a grade of 'C' of better.*
or LER 136H Race Gender, and Employment HonorsNotes for: LER 136H

LER 136H

This course satisfies Honors credits.
Requirements for this course
  • * Course requires a grade of 'C' of better.*
or LER 400 Comparative Labor and Employment Relations SystemsNotes for: LER 400

LER 400

Students must complete either LER 136 or LER 400 and may opt to take both courses at some point. It's recommended, however, that students take LER 400 in a later semester.
Requirements for this course
  • * Course requires a grade of 'C' of better.*
3
Supporting Course (any level)Notes for: Supporting Course (any level)

Supporting Course (any level)

Suggested courses at the lower level typically include SOC 119, MGMT 100 or 301, HIST 155, B A 243 or B LAW 243, CAS 352, PHIL 106, PHIL 119, and ACCTG 211.
Requirements for this course
  • * Course requires a grade of 'C' of better.*
3
3
Total credits 15

3

Course DetailsCredits
STAT 200 Elementary Statistics (GQ)Notes for: STAT 200

STAT 200

Requirements for this course
  • * Course requires a grade of 'C' of better.*
  • † Course satisfies General Education and degree requirements.
or STAT 200H Elementary Statistics Honors (GQ)Notes for: STAT 200H

STAT 200H

Requirements for this course
  • * Course requires a grade of 'C' of better.*
  • † Course satisfies General Education and degree requirements.
4
Supporting Course (any level)Notes for: Supporting Course (any level)

Supporting Course (any level)

Suggested courses at the lower level typically include SOC 119, MGMT 100 or 301, HIST 155, B A 243 or B LAW 243, CAS 352, PHIL 106, PHIL 119, and ACCTG 211.
Requirements for this course
  • * Course requires a grade of 'C' of better.*
3
General Humanities (GH)

Humanities (GH)

3
Elective CourseNotes for: Elective Course

Elective Course

Students may take any course of their choosing to satisfy elective credits. Elective courses allow students to explore their interests and/or to build an area of strength.
3
General Natural Science (GN)

Natural Science (GN)

3
Total credits 16

4

Course DetailsCredits
LER 100 Labor and Employment RelationsNotes for: LER 100

LER 100

Requirements for this course
  • * Course requires a grade of 'C' of better.*
3
LER 201 Employment Relationship: Law and PolicyNotes for: LER 201

LER 201

All LERBS students must complete either LER 201 or LER 401--and may opt to take both courses eventually. It's recommended, however, that students take LER 400 in a later semester. At this point in the major, LER 201 is the more appropriate choice.
Requirements for this course
  • * Course requires a grade of 'C' of better.*
or LER 401 The Law of Labor - Management RelationsNotes for: LER 401

LER 401

All students must complete LER 201 or LER 401. They might opt to complete both courses eventually, depending on their interest in Employment Law. At this stage, however, LER 201 is recommended.
Requirements for this course
  • * Course requires a grade of 'C' of better.*
3
General Natural Science (GN)

Natural Science (GN)

3
PSYCH 281 Introduction to Industrial and Organizational Psychology (GS)Notes for: PSYCH 281 (GS)

PSYCH 281 (GS)

Requirements for this course
  • * Course requires a grade of 'C' of better.*
  • † Course satisfies General Education and degree requirements.
3
General Humanities (GH)

Humanities (GH)

3
Total credits 15

4

Course DetailsCredits
LER 400-levelNotes for: LER 400-level

LER 400-level

Requirements for this course
  • * Course requires a grade of 'C' of better.*
3
ECON 315 Labor Economics (GS)Notes for: ECON 315 (GS)

ECON 315 (GS)

Requirements for this course
  • * Course requires a grade of 'C' of better.*
  • † Course satisfies General Education and degree requirements.
3
Elective CourseNotes for: Elective Course

Elective Course

Students may take any course of their choosing to satisfy elective credits. Elective courses allow students to explore their interests and/or to build an area of strength.
Requirements for this course
  • * Course requires a grade of 'C' of better.*
3
Supporting Course (any level)Notes for: Supporting Course (any level)

Supporting Course (any level)

Suggested courses at the lower level typically include SOC 119, MGMT 100 or 301, HIST 155, B A 243 or B LAW 243, CAS 352, PHIL 106, PHIL 119, and ACCTG 211
Requirements for this course
  • * Course requires a grade of 'C' of better.*
3
3
Total credits 15

6

Course DetailsCredits
LER 400-levelNotes for: LER 400-level

LER 400-level

Requirements for this course
  • * Course requires a grade of 'C' of better.*
3
LER 312 Research Methods in Labor and Employment RelationsNotes for: LER 312

LER 312

Requirements for this course
  • * Course requires a grade of 'C' of better.*
3
Supporting 400-level CourseNotes for: Supporting 400-level Course

Supporting 400-level Course

Some typical 400-level Supporting Courses include: PSYCH 482, 484, 485, SOC 409, CAS 404, ECON 400-499.
Requirements for this course
  • * Course requires a grade of 'C' of better.*
3
Elective CourseNotes for: Elective Course

Elective Course

Students may take any course of their choosing to satisfy elective credits. Elective courses allow students to explore their interests and/or to build an area of strength.
3
General Social and Behavioral Science (GS)

Social and Behavioral Science (GS)

3
Total credits 15

7

Course DetailsCredits
LER 458Y: History of Work in AmericaNotes for: LER 458Y

LER 458Y

This course satisfies the University Writing-Across-the-Curriculum requirement
Requirements for this course
  • * Course requires a grade of 'C' of better.*
3
LER 400-levelNotes for: LER 400-level

LER 400-level

Requirements for this course
  • * Course requires a grade of 'C' of better.*
3
Supporting Course (400-level)Notes for: Supporting Course (400-level)

Supporting Course (400-level)

Some typical 400-level Supporting Courses include: PSYCH 482, 484, 485, SOC 409, CAS 404, ECON 400-499.
Requirements for this course
  • * Course requires a grade of 'C' of better.*
3
General Health and Physical Activity (GHA)

Health and Physical Activity (GHA)

1.5
Elective CourseNotes for: Elective Course

Elective Course

Students may take any course of their choosing to satisfy elective credits. Elective courses allow students to explore their interests and/or to build an area of strength.
3
Elective CourseNotes for: Elective Course

Elective Course

Students may take any course of their choosing to satisfy elective credits. Elective courses allow students to explore their interests and/or to build an area of strength.
3
Total credits 16.5

8

Course DetailsCredits
Supporting Course (any level)Notes for: Supporting Course (any level)

Supporting Course (any level)

Suggested courses at the lower level typically include SOC 119, MGMT 100 or 301, HIST 155, B A 243 or B LAW 243, CAS 352, PHIL 106, PHIL 119, and ACCTG 211.
Requirements for this course
  • * Course requires a grade of 'C' of better.*
3
LER 400-levelNotes for: LER 400-level

LER 400-level

Requirements for this course
  • * Course requires a grade of 'C' of better.*
3
LER 400-levelNotes for: LER 400-level

LER 400-level

Requirements for this course
  • * Course requires a grade of 'C' of better.*
3
General Health and Physical Activity (GHA)

Health and Physical Activity (GHA)

1.5
Elective CourseNotes for: Elective Course

Elective Course

Students may take any course of their choosing to satisfy elective credits. Elective courses allow students to explore their interests and/or to build an area of strength.
3
Elective CourseNotes for: Elective Course

Elective Course

Students may take any course of their choosing to satisfy elective credits. Elective courses allow students to explore their interests and/or to build an area of strength.
2
Total credits 15.5

Legend

# Course is an Entrance-to-Major requirement.
* Course requires a grade of 'C' or better.
† Course satisfies General Education and degree requirements.

Footnotes

ECON 102H
The course satisfies Honors credits
Social and Behavioral Science (GS)
Students are STRONGLY encouraged to take PSYCH 100. This course is a prerequisite for PSYCH 281, a required course for all LERBS majors.
Humanities (GH)
Students may take a Humanities course that also has the First Year Seminar designation and satisfy both the GH and the FYS requirements.
ENGL 030 (GWS)
This course satisfies Honors credits.
Natural Science (GN) with lab
All Liberal Arts students much complete at least one GN that includes a lab
LER 136
All LERBS students must complete either LER 136 or LER 400 and may opt to take both courses eventually. It's recommended, however, that students take LER 400 in a later semester. At this point in the major, LER 136 is the more appropriate choice.
LER 136H
This course satisfies Honors credits.
LER 400
Students must complete either LER 136 or LER 400 and may opt to take both courses at some point. It's recommended, however, that students take LER 400 in a later semester.
Supporting Course (any level)
Suggested courses at the lower level typically include SOC 119, MGMT 100 or 301, HIST 155, B A 243 or B LAW 243, CAS 352, PHIL 106, PHIL 119, and ACCTG 211.
Supporting Course (any level)
Suggested courses at the lower level typically include SOC 119, MGMT 100 or 301, HIST 155, B A 243 or B LAW 243, CAS 352, PHIL 106, PHIL 119, and ACCTG 211.
Elective Course
Students may take any course of their choosing to satisfy elective credits. Elective courses allow students to explore their interests and/or to build an area of strength.
LER 201
All LERBS students must complete either LER 201 or LER 401--and may opt to take both courses eventually. It's recommended, however, that students take LER 400 in a later semester. At this point in the major, LER 201 is the more appropriate choice.
LER 401
All students must complete LER 201 or LER 401. They might opt to complete both courses eventually, depending on their interest in Employment Law. At this stage, however, LER 201 is recommended.
Elective Course
Students may take any course of their choosing to satisfy elective credits. Elective courses allow students to explore their interests and/or to build an area of strength.
Supporting Course (any level)
Suggested courses at the lower level typically include SOC 119, MGMT 100 or 301, HIST 155, B A 243 or B LAW 243, CAS 352, PHIL 106, PHIL 119, and ACCTG 211
Supporting 400-level Course
Some typical 400-level Supporting Courses include: PSYCH 482, 484, 485, SOC 409, CAS 404, ECON 400-499.
Elective Course
Students may take any course of their choosing to satisfy elective credits. Elective courses allow students to explore their interests and/or to build an area of strength.
LER 458Y
This course satisfies the University Writing-Across-the-Curriculum requirement
Supporting Course (400-level)
Some typical 400-level Supporting Courses include: PSYCH 482, 484, 485, SOC 409, CAS 404, ECON 400-499.
Elective Course
Students may take any course of their choosing to satisfy elective credits. Elective courses allow students to explore their interests and/or to build an area of strength.
Elective Course
Students may take any course of their choosing to satisfy elective credits. Elective courses allow students to explore their interests and/or to build an area of strength.
Supporting Course (any level)
Suggested courses at the lower level typically include SOC 119, MGMT 100 or 301, HIST 155, B A 243 or B LAW 243, CAS 352, PHIL 106, PHIL 119, and ACCTG 211.
Elective Course
Students may take any course of their choosing to satisfy elective credits. Elective courses allow students to explore their interests and/or to build an area of strength.
Elective Course
Students may take any course of their choosing to satisfy elective credits. Elective courses allow students to explore their interests and/or to build an area of strength.