The Master of Science (M.S.) degree in Human Resource Training and Development is a specialized degree program designed to provide students with those competencies necessary to assess learning needs and design training methodologies for human development within work environments. The degree is designed to enable students to assess an organization's training and development needs, develop methodologies to address identified needs, and establish an evaluation system by which training program effectiveness can be determined. A primary objective of the program is to enable students to become assessment, training, development, and evaluation specialists. Graduates are prepared to fulfill leadership positions in human resources, staffing, compensation and recruiting, training and development, policy development, conflict management, and in consulting roles in both public and private settings.
I. Required Graduate Studies: 6 Hours
- RGS6035 Theory & Application of Research Methods [3 hours]
- RGS6036 Ethics for Decision Making [3 hours]
II. Major Course Requirements: 24 Hours
- COM6303 Communication for Results in Organizations [3 hours]
- HRT6550 Adult Learning in the Work Place [3 hours]
- HRT6555 Emerging Issues in HRT [3 hours]
- HRT6560 Organizational Culture [3 hours]
- HRT6565 Development of Training Programs [3 hours]
- HRT6570 Leadership and Team Development [3 hours]
- HRT6575 Organizational Change [3 hours]
- MGT6177 Human Resource Management [3 hours]
III. Electives: 6 Hours
IV. Minimum Requirements:
- 24 semester hours applicable to the degree must be completed at Amberton University.
- 36 semester hours for a degree.
Last updated January 29, 2018