The Student Affairs Officer of the Labor Studies program believes in a holistic approach to student advising; one that encompasses academic, career, and personal counseling for not only interested and current labor studies students, but also for students having taken or currently taking Labor Studies courses. The flexibility and interdisciplinary nature of the program allows the Student Affairs Officer to provide one-on-one counseling that focuses on tailoring the academic resources of the program to fit the students’ needs and interests.
Students are encouraged to contact the Student Affairs Officer to declare the program and design a coherent program of coursework.
Due to the COVID-19, academic advising will be offered via Zoom by appointment. To sign up for an appointment, please visit: https://calendly.com/uclalaborstudies
Also, students can submit their inquiries via e-mail to email@example.com
Spring 2020 and Summer 2020 P/NP Policy Exception for Labor Studies Major/Minor Requirements
Students may apply any approved and/or related Labor Studies course taken in Spring 2020 and Summer 2020 toward the Labor Studies major/minor requirements with a grade of Pass. All Labor Studies Courses offered this Spring have the option of Letter Grade or Pass/No Pass. Students are allowed to change the grading basis through Friday of Week 10 without petition or fee via MyUCLA. This policy only applies to courses taken in Spring 2020 and Summer 2020.
College Academic Counseling’s Pros and Cons of Taking a Class for Pass/No Pass
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Career Opportunities for Labor Studies Graduates
This interdisciplinary approach offers students an in-depth understanding of a broad array of issues related to labor and the workplace. The program helps prepare students for a variety of careers, including labor relations, human resource management, law, domestic and international government work, worker organizing, and economic forecasting.
For a list of graduate programs in labor related fields, please see below.
These programs are not affiliated with the Institute for Research on Labor and Employment and do not represent the views of UCLA or the Institute.