Human Resource Development (HRD) provides students an understanding of how to support their organization by gaining knowledge and skills in all administrative functions. Students will learn how to plan, direct and coordinate programs to enhance the knowledge and skills of an organization's employees.

Who should apply

Individuals currently working in or aspiring to serve in human resource development roles in a variety of organizational settings. HRD emphasizes a comprehensive view of the  field, including :

  • Training and Development
  • Learning in the Workplace
  • Organization Development
  • Performance Improvement

Areas of Study

HRD: Human Resource Development (General)
HRD: International Education and Leadership
HRD: Executive Human Resource Development
HRD: Management of ELearning for Workplace Learning and Training

Specializations in the Master's degree program are not applicable to Doctoral degree 

Programs Offered

Master of Education
Doctor of Education*

*The area of study for the Doctor of Education program is Human Resource Development (General)


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