The Master of Arts in Human Resource Development provides graduates in both private and public sectors with the skills necessary to:
- communicate and interact effectively with groups and individuals.
- assess the nature of performance problems within organizations and recommend solutions.
- assess the relevant characteristics of adult learners.
- apply task and content analysis techniques.
- design and deliver training and performance support programs, including online.
- assess the effectiveness of training programs.
- manage human resource development projects and programs.
- plan, develop and implement techniques for improving organizational performance.
Credit hours required: 36
The program admits students for the Fall and Spring semesters.
Academic Catalog Information
Take a closer look at the Master of Arts in Human Resource Development and the courses offered toward the degree.
Department and Contact Information
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