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Graduate Degree Programs

Once called "the first American university" by educational historian Frederick Rudolph, Cornell University represents a distinctive mix of eminent scholarship and democratic ideals.

Cornell University is a member of the Ivy League and a partner of the State University of New York.

ILR's graduate degree programs may be just right for you. Two professional degree programs (MILR and MPS) produce leaders for the workplace; the academic and research degree programs (MS and PhD) help open doors to the academy and to the private and public sectors. ILR graduate programs attract top-caliber students from all over the world who benefit from, and contribute to, the programmatic excellence

ILR advanced degree programs are considered the best in the world and are consistently ranked #1 in graduate programs among leading industrial and labor relations institutes by the Gourman Report, which rates graduate and professional programs in American and international universities.


The Degree Programs:

Master of Industrial and Labor Relations (MILR) - a 2 year professional degree program for students preparing to enter the workforce and professionals who wish to enhance their education and skills. (See MILR/MBA Dual Degree also)

Master of Professional Studies in ILR (MPS) - a 1 year professional degree program for practicing professionals sponsored by their employers.

Master of Science in ILR (MS) - an academic degree for students who wish to pursue research or further education at the PhD level.

Doctor of Philosophy in ILR (PhD) - an academic degree for advanced students planning to work in research and education in a specialized area within the field of industrial and labor relations


Career Opportunities

ILR graduates work in every region of the United States and around the world. Recent graduates have taken their job titles range from Recruiter, HR Manager, Labor Relations Specialist, and Senior Consultant in the corporate world, to Field Examiner with the NLRB. Because ILR alumni hold senior and influential positions in numerous businesses and labor organizations, the strength of the program is well known around the country, and even the world, so Cornell ILR graduate students are in great demand.




School of Industrial and Labor Relations
Graduate Programs
214 Ives Hall
Ithaca, NY 14853
phone 607-255-1522
email: ilrgradapplicant@cornell.edu



Cornell University
School of Industrial and Labor Relations


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