To qualify for the concentration, students must complete at least 15 credits in courses fulfilling Labor & Employment Law Concentration requirements. Students must earn at least a 3.0 Average in the required courses, with a minimum grade of C in each course. Students earning a 3.5 cumulative average in courses fulfilling Labor & Employment Law Concentration requirements will receive Honors in the Concentration.

I.  Introductory Course

Students are required to take 1 introductory course on labor and employment law, which is taught once a year in the fall semester:

II. Advanced Courses

At least 2 courses must be selected from among the following options:

III. Elective Courses

Students may reach the required 15 credits by either completing more than 2 of the Advanced Courses listed above, or by selecting additional courses from the following list of electives:

*With permission of the Labor Law Concentration Coordinator.

Additional Requirements

If you believe you qualify for honors in the concentration, you need to submit along with your transcript a calculation of your GPA in the courses fulfilling the concentration, showing that your cumulative GPA in those courses is 3.5 or higher.

Questions with respect to the above Concentration requirements should be sent to Lauren Devine, Academic Affairs Coordinator, at lauren.devine@wisc.edu.  

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