Management is no longer only the job of managers. Regardless of your chosen occupation, you will be called upon to build teams, organize projects, meet budgets, gain consensus from others, and take advantage of new opportunities. You may be a great engineer, artist, technician, therapist, scientist, or journalist. But, if you don't know how to manage, your career success will be limited. Consider a minor in Management.
MLR Minor Requirements
The department also offers a 15-credit minor in Management and Labor Relations. The minor has three core courses: MLR 301, MLR 321, and MLR 340. Students choose the remaining courses from focus areas of either general management, human resource management, or labor relations.
General Management (pick any two courses)
- MLR 404 Organizational Theory and Design
- MLR 443 Entrepreneurship
- MLR 447 Planning and Control
- MLR 477 Managerial Skill Development
- MLR 487 International Management
Human Resource Management (pick any two courses)
- MLR 341 Compensation and Benefits
- MLR 342 Staffing Organizations
- MLR 343 Employee Training & Development
- MLR 431 Employment Practices Law
- MLR 455 Employee Relations and Quality of Working Life
- MLR 457 Human Resource Information Systems
Labor Relations (pick any two courses)
- MLR 302 Principles of Labor Relations
- MLR 411 Labor History
- MLR 421 Comparative Labor Systems
- MLR 422 Labor Law
- MLR 423 Labor Relations in Public Employment
For More Information
Contact the department office at 216.687.4754.