Office of the Registrar
School of Graduate Studies (2021/2022)
14.7 Courses
Table 1 Master of Employment Relations Required Courses
  • Business
  • Business 8204 Human Resource Management
  • Business 8210 Labour Relations
  • Business 9329 Labour Law
  • Employment Relations
  • Employment Relations 6010 Quantitative Research Methods
  • Employment Relations 6020 Qualitative Research Methods
  • Employment Relations 6040 Employment Relations Applied Research Project
  • Employment Relations 6050 Interpersonal Skills in Employment Relations
  • Humanities and Social Sciences
  • Economics 6030 Labour Market Economics
  • History 6075 Advanced Studies in Labour and Working-Class History
  • Sociology 6360 Sociology of Work
Table 2 Master of Employment Relations Elective Courses

Note:

Students may require special permission from the instructor and/or relevant graduate program administrator prior to enrolling in an elective course.

  • Labour-Management Relations
  • Business 9013 Collective Agreement Administration and Arbitration
  • Business 9030 International and Comparative Industrial Relations
  • Employment Relations 6030: Independent Research Project
  • Human Resource Management
  • Business 9020 International Human Resource Management
  • Business 9043 Team Building and Diversity
  • Business 9317 Current Topics in Management
  • Business 9324 Gender, Work and Organizations
  • 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
  • Education 6805 Advanced Human Resource Communications
  • Employment Relations 6030 Independent Research Project
  • Psychology 6401 Attitudes and Social Cognition
  • Psychology 6402 Group Processes
  • Labour Market and Social Policy Analysis
  • Business 8108 Economics for Business
  • Economics 6000 Advanced Micro-economic Theory
  • Economics 6001 Advanced Macro-economic Theory
  • Education 6410 Philosophical Issues in Educational Policy and Leadership
  • Employment Relations 6030: Independent Research Project
  • Gender Studies 6000 Feminist Theory
  • History 6000 Advanced Studies in Newfoundland History
  • History 6010 Advanced Studies in Canadian 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 6740 Public Administration
  • Political Science 6790 Public Policy
  • Sociology 6320 Gender and Society
  • Or other elective courses approved by the Dean of Graduate studies based on the recommendations of the MER program Director