Tulane Launches Program For New Master's Degree In Labor, Employment Law

NEW ORLEANS (AP) — Tulane University Law School is launching a new online program leading to a master's degree in labor and employment law.

         The program is scheduled to begin in May.

         NOLA.com/The Times-Picayune’s Jed Lipinski reports Joel Friedman, a 40-year Tulane Law faculty member and expert on employment and labor law, will lead the program.

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         The degree offers a 25-credit hour master's degree and may be completed in less than two years. It is designed to help human resources professionals and other workforce leaders advance their careers in the employment field.

         Tuition will cost $32,000. All coursework is designed and taught by Tulane faculty.

         Tulane says the program is pending approval from the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools. That is expected by January.

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