The Human Resources Development program is designed to enable program graduates to 1) facilitate sustainable change in diverse organizations and to 2) create individual and organizational transformations through training, and career development. Students examine e-learning tools, adult learning theories, instructional strategies, facilitation and evaluation techniques. Students completing the program will understand instructional design strategies, their application, and appropriate evaluation procedures.
42 Semester Hours
For information on the University Core, please see the Academic Regulations section of this catalog.
Please note that some majors have specific requirements in the core curriculum. Refer to the specific degree plans in this catalog for those requirements.
TELS 3345. Human Resources in Technology
TRDE 4340. Introduction to Training and Development
TRDE 4344. Computer Applications in Training
TRDE 4346. Training and Development Programs
TRDE 4351. Instructional Strategies and Design for TRDE
HDCS 4386. Communication Strategies for Merchandising and Industrial Distribution
HDCS 4300. Research in HDCS
DIGM 4376. Multimedia Authoring
TECH 3365. Industrial Computer Applications
Professional Studies Specialization
Approved course work (15 semester hours) or Minor
|See faculty advisor for approval of a 15 hour content block that addresses your career goals.|
Degree awarded: Bachelor of Science
Major: Human Resources Development
Catalog Publish Date: August 18, 2011
This Page Last Updated: June 21, 2010
Effective Date of Archive: December 19, 2011