One major, endless possibilities
The Bachelor of Science degree from the School of Industrial and Labor Relations (ILR) prepares students for leadership positions in law, government, international affairs, public policy, labor relations, business, human resources, economics and more.
Students who are organization leaders, problem solvers and community volunteers find ILR to be a good fit.
At ILR, you can explore various academic interests within one major and discover a wide range of career and graduate school possibilities.
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Fall 2016 First-Year Applicants: Cornell holds admissions events in cities throughout the country and the world. See if Cornell is coming to your hometown.
Fall 2015 Transfer Applicants: Please allow up to two weeks for submitted materials to appear in our system. Once we have processed all submitted materials, you will be contacted if any required documents are still missing.
Prospective students are encouraged to attend an ILR information session to learn more about the program and application process.