For questions regarding the program, please contact:
Name: Dr. Robert SchwindtEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgPhone: 620-235-4639
The Department of Technology and Workforce Learning offers courses leading to the Master of Science degree with a Major in Human Resource Development. Designed for the working individual, this program is now available fully online. The program is offered with an emphasis in management and consulting. Candidates must have an undergraduate degree in human resources, education, business, or a related area.
This online program offers six hours each semester to support the part-time student which will allow the student to complete the program in two years.
The curriculum is planned to provide graduate-level preparation for individuals involved in
HRD 596 Introduction to Human Resource Development is a required prerequisite for admission to the program for someone without a similar class and/or HRD work experience and must be completed prior to or within the first semester of enrollment.
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This online program is designed for off-campus students and can be completed in two years. More time will be required to complete the degree if fewer than 6 hours are taken in any semester or if Option III is selected.
HRD 596 Intro to HRD
HRD 850 Grad Study in HRD
HRD 853 Workforce Development
HRD 852 Organization Development
HRD 899 Planning & Implementing HRD Programs
HRD 706 Personal Development
HRD 879 Professional Presentations
HRD 745 Designing HRD Interventions
HRD 804 Leadership Techniques
Total Credit Hours: 34-37 (Depending on Option)
HRD 891 Methods of Research
HRD XXX Electives (9 Hours)
Research Elective (3 Hours)