Human Resource Development

Practice Concentrations (Non-Thesis Option):
In consultation with his or her advisor, non-thesis participants individually develop practice concentrations within adult education consisting of a minimum of 15 graduate credit hours.  Participants may develop unique concentrations from among graduate courses offered university-wide, or may elect to pursue one of four designated concentrations.  The courses presented represent the recommended courses for the following concentration:

The purpose of the Human Resource Development concentration is to prepare the learner for training and development within the workplace to enhance the quality, performance, and satisfaction of individuals, groups and organizations.  

Future Job Opportunities:

  • managers
  • benefits administrators and analysts
  • compensation analysts
  • equal employment opportunity specialists
  • employee assistance program managers
  • employee relations specialists
  • human resource generalists
  • labor relations specialists
  • project administrators

human resource development