Students may then choose to proceed to the Master of Industrial Relations (MIR) program which has two (2) options:
Plan A: Thesis Option requires the completion of a total of 33 units Ð 27 for course work, with a weighted average of 2.0, plus the presentation and defense of the thesis proposal, the final thesis proposal, and the final thesis report (6 units).
Plan B: Comprehensive Examination Option requires the completion of a total of 39 units of course work, and passing the two-phase comprehensive examinations (the general theories comprehensive before entering the MIR program and the Specialization area comprehensive) after all the courses have been completed. Students under plan B usually finish the program after three years.
Classes are held from 6 -9 pm on weekdays, and 9 am-12 pm, 1-4 pm and 4-7 pm on Saturdays which is ideal for part-time students who are working professionals. Students may petition for the day session classes on weekdays.
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