Course Requirements for the Master's Degree in HRD
Please note that all graduate level courses are 3 credit hours.
Required HRD Courses
HRD-400 HRD and the Organization
HRD-401 The Adult Learner I
HRD-405 Needs and Task Analysis in HRD
HRD-406 Instructional Design in HRD (I)
HRD-407 Measurement and Evaluation in HRD
HRD-415 Seminar in HRD - Organizational Development
HRD-418E Topical Seminar In Global/Cultural Issues in HRD
HRD-416 Master's Capstone
HRD-403 Leadership and Political Savvy in the Workplace
HRD-410 Talent Management
HRD-411 Consulting in HRD
HRD-418F Topical Seminar: Group Dynamics in HRD
HRD-414 Strategic Planning in HRD
HRD-421 Leadership and Ethics in HRD
HRD-490 Multimedia: Design and Application
MNGT-474 Human Resources Policy and Decision Making
CMTC-414 Seminar In Organizational Communication
Visit the Academic Catalog for more information on the M.A. in Human Resource Development.
Your HRD Advisor's Role
Students admitted to the program will receive an admissions letter from the College of Graduate Studies and Research indicating the advisor for the HRD program. This letter informs the student to contact the advisor to develop a Plan of Study.