Master of Science in Human Resources Training & Development

Degree Plan Details

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The Master of Science in Human Resource Training and Development prepares students to assess learning needs, design and deliver training programs and establish evaluation methodologies within organizations. Graduates will fill leadership positions in human resources, training and development, recruiting and staffing, team development and consulting roles in both public and private settings. The degree program is offered both in the classroom lecture and distance learning modes.

A graduate with a Master of Science in Human Resource Training and Development will be able to:

  • Assess learning needs and design training methodologies for human resource programs within a work environment.
  • Develop a comprehensive evaluation system to determine training program effectiveness.
  • Demonstrate knowledge of ethical issues and decision-making skills.
  • Conduct relevant research appropriate to the discipline.

The minimum requirements for a Master of Science in Human Resource Training and Development are:

  • 24 semester hours applicable to the degree must be completed at Amberton University.
  • 36 semester hours for a degree.
  • A minimum cumulative grade point average (GPA) of 3.00 is required.

Degree Plan

I. Required Graduate Studies6 Hours
RGS6035 Theory & Application of Research Methods 3 hours
RGS6036 Ethics for Decision Making 3 hours
II. Major Requirements
(5000/6000 Levels)
24 Hours
Communication
(Any 5000/6000 COM course)
3 hours
Human Resource Training (HRT) 18 Hours
MGT6177 Human Resource Management 3 Hours
III. Electives
(5000/6000 Levels)
6 Hours
Totals:36 Hours