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2012-2013 Graduate Catalog [Not Current Academic Year. Consult with Your Academic Advisor for Your Catalog Year]

Human Resources Development, M.S.


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Advisor: Dr. Consuelo Waight

The department offers a Master of Science degree in Human Resources Development. It is designed for the professional who seeks advanced preparation to facilitate sustainable change in diverse organizations. Students build an understanding of adult learning theory and organizational dynamics. They examine research and productivity measurement techniques and e-learning tools to create individual and organizational change. Students focus on critical thinking, the theoretical foundations of the field, instructional design strategies and the use of appropriate assessment techniques.

For Information on the Executive M.S. in Human Resource Development, please see the College of Technology website.

Degree Requirements

The degree program requires all students to complete courses in human resources development plus approved electives. Student may elect a thesis or non-thesis option. Program and thesis guides specifying other requirements are updated regularly and are available from the department office.

Students needing improvement in their oral and written communication skills as determined by their course instructor(s) may be required to take TELS 5363  or an equivalent course with a grade of B or better. This course is designed to help students develop effective oral and written communication skills. This leveling course or an equivalent course as approved by the HRD program advisor may be assigned post admission to the graduate program.

Thesis Option


Requirements


  • Core Courses Cr. 27.
  • Approved Electives Cr. 3.
  • Thesis Cr. 6.

Total 36


Non-Thesis Option


Requirements


  • Core Courses Cr. 27.
  • Approved Electives Cr. 9.

Total 36


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