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Labor Studies Program | B.S.
labor studiesBachelor of Science (B.S.) in Labor Studies

For the Bachelor of Science (B.S.) in Labor Studies, at least 24 credit hours must be earned from Indiana University; 20 of these after admission to the Department of Labor Studies. No more than 21 credit hours may be earned within a single subject other than Labor Studies. Thirty credit hours must be earned in 300- or 400-level courses, and at least 12 of the 30 credit hours must be earned in Labor Studies courses.

The bachelor degree requires an overall 2.0 (C) GPA. Courses in which grades of D or below are received may be counted only as electives. Courses within a major area must be in at least two different disciplines.

Group | Labor Studies (42 cr.)
  • Core Courses | 15 cr.
  • Additional Labor Studies | 27 cr.

Group | Required Areas of Learning (51 cr.)
  • Arts and Humanities | 12 cr.
    ENG-W 131 and one additional writing course are required
  • Social and Behavioral Sciences | 12 cr.
    One course in economics required. LSTU-L 230 meets this requirement
  • Sciences and Mathematics | 15 cr.
    One computer course is required
  • Additional from one area above | 12 cr.

Electives | 27 cr.

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