Course Overview

An examination of legal problems involving employment discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex, national origin, or age. Examines the impact of developing principles of employment law on pre-employment inquiries and testing, seniority and promotions, and other personnel policies, practices, and procedures; affirmative action requirements; state and federal law used to resolve employment discrimination claims; the procedural framework for raising and adjudicating such claims before administrative agencies and the courts; requirements of the Fair Labor Standards Act, Equal Pay Act, ERISA, Worker’s Compensation, and OSHA; and current issues such as sexual harassment and employee dismissal. Three credit hours.

Course Details

  • Course credit hours: 3
  • Cost per credit hour: $280