Master of Science in Human Resources Development - Part-time

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  • Course description
    Program of Study

    Foundations (4 courses)

    HRD 500 Introduction to Human Resources Development
    HRD 501 Organizational Theory and Behavior
    HRD 502 Introduction to Human Resources Management
    RSM 540 Applied Research in HRD

    Theories & Practices (5 courses)
    HRD 520 Organizational Change and Development
    HRD 543 Applied Business Ethics
    EDU 513 Instructional Systems Design
    CED 504 Lifestyle, Career Development and Decision Making
    SOC 508 Culture and Diversity

    Electives (Cohort chooses 3 courses)
    HRD 530 Strategic Planning
    HRD 531 Marketing
    HRD 532 Legal Environment in the Workplace
    HRD 533 Workplace Wellness
    HRD 534 Conflict Resolution & Management
    HRD 535 Morale, Attitudes & Motivation
    HRD 536 Information Systems in Human Resources
    HRD 537 Organizational Climate and Culture
    HRD 538 Performance Management
    HRD 539 Leadership and Executive Development
    HRD 540 Job Analysis and Evaluation
    HRD 541 Selection & Recruitment
    HRD 542 Compensation and Benefits Design
    HRD 566 Special Topics in HRD
    CED 508 Group Dynamics
    CED 510 Consultation and Interpersonal Skills
    EDU 530 Adult Learning and Development
    SED 510 Introduction to Agency Management
    SED 515 Issues in Human Service Management

    Capstone Experiences (2)
    HRD 550 Portfolio in Human Resources Development
    HRD 595 Practicum in Human Resources Development

    Core Competencies
    Upon completion of the approved program of study in HRD the student will be able to:

        * Understand the theoretical foundations and their related practices in the core areas of career development, training, and organizational development.
        * Identify, evaluate, and summarize relevant data to assist organizations and individual employees.
        * Use various assessment techniques to inform decisions about individuals and organizations.
        * Understand the concepts of organizational behavior and culture as well as the unique features of various organizations in order to provide interventions appropriate to an organizations strategic plan.
        * Act as a change agent to assist individuals and organizations through the use of relevant interpersonal skills such as coaching, feedback, and negotiation.
        * Recognize the constraints imposed by the legal, organizational, cultural, and social environments.

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