ILR’s curriculum presents a balance of structure and flexibility. Foundation courses provide a comprehensive view of the historical, legal, management, and economic issues that define and influence workers and the workplace. For electives, you can draw on thousands of courses available throughout the university.
- Human Resource Studies
- International and Comparative Labor
- Labor Relations, Law, and History
- Organizational Behavior
- Statistics and Data Science
Courses & Curriculum
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- University Class Roster
- Undergraduate Curriculum & Requirements
- Graduate Degrees & Requirements
Official Transcripts and Academic Records
An "official transcript" comes from the Office of the University Registrar. It contains notations of grades for all courses completed, giving course titles and numbers, semester and cumulative averages, semesters completed, etc. Graduate schools and academic programs usually require an official transcript.
Current students can request a copy of their official transcript by clicking the transcript link found in student center. More information on official transcripts can be found on the Office of the University Registrar website.
Students may view their academic record by logging into their Student Center.