Office of the Registrar
School of Graduate Studies (2011/2012)
10.7 Courses

The schedule of courses for the M.E.R. program is as follows:

Table I - Master of Employment Relations Schedule of Courses
  • Term I (Fall)
  • Three core courses from Table II
  • One elective from Table III
  • Employment Relations 6010 Research Seminar in Employment Relations I
  • Term III (Spring)
  • Employment Relations 6030 Research Seminar in Employment Relations III
  • Term II (Winter)
  • Three core courses from Table II
  • One elective from Table III
  • Employment Relations 6020 Research Seminar in Employment Relations II

Table II - Master of Employment Relations Core Courses
  • Business 8204 Human Resource Management
  • Business 8210 Labour Relations
  • Business 9329 Labour Law
  • Economics 6030 Labour Market Economics
  • History 6075 Advanced Studies in Labour and Working-Class History
  • Sociology 6360 Sociology of Work
Table III - Master of Employment Relations Elective Courses

Note:

Students may require special permission from the graduate program prior to enrolling in a course.

  • Labour-Management Relations
  • Business 9013 Collective Agreement Administration and Arbitration
  • Human Resource Management
  • Business 8104 Organizations: Behaviour and Structure
  • Business 8208 Strategic Management
  • Business 8209 Management Skills
  • Business 9020 International Human Resource Management
  • Business 9311 Seminar in Human Resource Management [Prerequisite: 8204]
  • Business 9317 Current Topics in Management
  • Business 9328 Change Management
  • Education 6203 Leadership: Theory and Practice
  • Education 6600 Learning and Motivation
  • Education 6706 Career Education and Career Counselling
  • Education 6802 Adult Learning and Development
  • Psychology 6401 Attitudes and Social Cognition
  • Psychology 6402 Group Processes
  • Labour Market and Social Policy Analysis
  • Business 8108 Economics for Business
  • Business 9306 International Strategic Management
  • Economics 6000 Advanced Micro-economic Theory
  • Economics 6001 Advanced Macro-economic Theory
  • History 6000 Advanced Studies in Newfoundland History
  • History 6070 Advanced Studies in Social History
  • History 6090 Advanced Studies in Women's History
  • History 6120 Advanced Studies in Economic and Business History
  • Political Science 6700 Canadian Politics
  • Political Science 6770 Canadian Provincial Politics
  • Sociology 6320 Gender and Society
  • Sociology 6370 Feminist Theory and Methods
  • Social Work 6230 Seminar in Community Development
  • Women's Studies 6000 Feminist Theory