Programs in Labor and Industrial Relations

Top Schools For Labor and Industrial Relations Programs

Are You Interested? School Name Tuition Size Degrees Granted Degrees Granted By Type
Cornell University
Ithaca, NY
$45,358 14,261 347 Bachelor's (275), Master's (68),
Doctoral (4)
University of Iowa
Iowa City, IA
$26,931 21,999 183 Bachelor's (183)
Rutgers University
New Brunswick, NJ
$23,676 31,593 155 Bachelor's (150), Master's (4),
Doctoral (1)
SUNY Empire State College
Saratoga Springs, NY
$15,715 18,131 154 Associate (132), Bachelor's (11),
Master's (11)
UMN
Minneapolis, MN
$19,805 34,469 121 Bachelor's (26), Master's (93),
Doctoral (2)
Illinois
Champaign, IL
$29,132 32,281 118 Master's (117), Doctoral (1)
National Labor College
Silver Spring, MD
$9,528 618 96 Certificate (46), Bachelor's (50)
New York University
New York, NY
$44,958 22,498 75 Bachelor's (75)
Penn State
University Park, PA
$29,566 39,192 74 Bachelor's (52), Master's (22)
Cleveland State University
Cleveland, OH
$12,678 11,808 63 Bachelor's (41), Master's (22)
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Labor and Industrial Relations Statistics

Degree Type BreakdownNumber of Degrees
Granted Last Year
Percentage
of Total
Certificate 96 5%
Associate 194 10%
Bachelor's 1,044 52%
Master's 646 32%
Doctoral 13 1%
Gender BreakdownNumber of Degrees
Granted Last Year
Percentage
of Total
Male 969 49%
Female 1,024 51%
Racial BreakdownNumber of Degrees
Granted Last Year
Percentage
of Total
Asian or Pacific Islander 72 4%
Black or African American 200 11%
Hispanic or Latino 279 15%
American Indian or Alaskan Native 5 0%
White (Non-Hispanic) 1,167 62%
Other/Unknown 151 8%
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