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Employment Relations

Employment Relations offers students the opportunity to study the employment relationship in a Canadian context from the perspectives of economics, history, law, management, political science and sociology.  The program provides students with a theoretical background and knowledge of current developments in the labour field that will serve as a basis for careers in employment relations and human resources or for further training at the graduate level.


  • Employment Relations (specialist and major options)


First-Year Courses

Employment Relations does not offer courses at the first-year level but first-year students may enrol in WDW240H1 - Introduction to Employment Relations


Advice for First Year

Students interested in enrolling in an Employment Relations program must complete at least two first-year, full-course equivalents in Economics (ECO100Y or ECO105Y) and Sociology/Psychology (any combination from this list is acceptable: SOC101Y/102H/ 103H/ PSY100H.)


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