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Requirements for the minor in employment systems and standards
Employment Systems and Standards is an interdisciplinary minor that provides an academic background for understanding the practical and theoretical bases of the employee/employer relationship, both where a collective bargaining relationship exists and where it does not. This program may be particularly useful to individuals interested in the operational aspects of employment including the law, collective bargaining, employment regulations, personnel practices, philosophy of employment, and the dynamics of employment-related leadership and participative roles.
This minor is open to any student who has been admitted to the university. Coursework is scheduled to maximize accessibility to both full-time undergraduates and part-time working students. Students who seek to apply credits toward a degree must contact an adviser to design a degree plan and to select appropriate courses.
This minor requires 23 or 24 credits distributed among the areas of preparation listed below. The plan of study is subject to the approval of the coordinator for the minor. The student must earn a final course grade of C+ or higher in each of the required courses in order for the class to be counted for the minor.
The courses for the minor in employment systems and standards are as follows (23 or 24 credits):