Industrial & Labour Relations

Quebec CEGEP
Previous year's cutoff:
25.80 overall R-Score
Prerequisite courses:

English 603 (or French 601 for French CEGEP applicants)

Language requirements:
Location:
Downtown (Montreal) Campus
Can be taken as:
Faculty Program

This is only a summary: be sure to review the full admission requirements before applying.

Ontario high school
Previous year's cutoff:
86.80% top 6 average
Prerequisite courses:

4U English or French, depending on the language of instruction at your school

Language requirements:
Location:
Downtown (Montreal) Campus
Can be taken as:
Faculty Program

This is only a summary: be sure to review the full admission requirements before applying.

Other Canadian high school
Previous year's cutoff:
86.80% top 5 average
Prerequisite courses:

Grade 12 English or French, depending on the language of instruction at your school

Language requirements:
Location:
Downtown (Montreal) Campus
Can be taken as:
Faculty Program

This is only a summary: be sure to review the full admission requirements before applying.

U.S. high school
Previous year's cutoff:
B+ average in grades 10, 11 and 12
Prerequisite courses:
  • Courses must include: English
  • Standardized Tests (Test Optional for Fall 2021):
  • ACT, or 
  • SAT and two SAT Subject Tests (in any two different subjects)
Language requirements:
Location:
Downtown (Montreal) Campus
Can be taken as:
Faculty Program

This is only a summary: be sure to review the full admission requirements before applying.

Other
Previous year's cutoff:

While the minimum requirement for McGill is the equivalent of a B+ average, most programs will have higher requirements. See the complete admissions requirements for more information applicable to your situation.

Prerequisite courses:
Language requirements:
Location:
Downtown (Montreal) Campus
Can be taken as:
Faculty Program

This is only a summary: be sure to review the full admission requirements before applying.

See the complete requirements

Overview

Are you interested in understanding how employers and employees interact? Do you want to work with people and help make workplaces efficient and inclusive environments? Industrial and labour relations focus on these and other topics, like the relationships between unions, employers and governments.  

McGill’s interdisciplinary Industrial and Labour Relations program enables students in the Faculty of Arts to study Labour-Management Relations. You can take a variety of courses in Economics, Labour-Management Relations, and Sociology and learn all about the economic and social forces that affect employer-employee relations.  


Careers

Graduates in Industrial and Labour Relations may find work in Industrial Relations, Human Resources, or Personnel Management. Some go on to pursue graduate studies in Industrial Relations or Labour-Management Relations. Others go to Law school or Business school. You can also find work outside the area of Labour-Management Relations in private industry or government. 

Some potential career options include: 

  • Entrepreneur  
  • Government Worker 
  • Human Resources Consultant 
  • Organizational Psychologist

Possible minors

Minors are a great way to customize your academic experience. Many students use minors to pursue interests outside their major, while others choose minors to complement their degree.

Some potential minors include: 

Learn more about how majors and minors work


Related majors

Discover these related majors:  

Ready to apply?

For this program, you'll need to apply to the Faculty of Arts.

See the full eligibility information for more information about deadlines and required documents for your application.

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