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Designed to Fit your Life Learn to Help Individuals, Teams, and Processes Perform Better

You’re a working professional. You need a program that fits your life – not a program you have to fit your life around. You also deserve a high-quality education.

You’ll focus on specific topics during each year of this two-year, online program. With our people-first approach, you will produce highly relevant, customizable, and long-term change solutions for organizations in an age of globalization.

Courses Delivered Online

This program is totally online, immersing you in the curriculum through an asynchronous learning experience. You’ll study a rigorous, pertinent curriculum with our outstanding faculty. You’ll connect with peers and faculty via online tools.

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Integration of Theory, Research, and Practice

The 33-credit coursework develops critical thinking skills through projects that are problem-focused, practically applied, and theory-to-practice oriented.

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Workplace Learning and Performance

In your first year, you’ll learn how to solve and resolve issues at an individual level. Practice analyzing, conceptualizing, and the design, develop, implement process. Finally, learn to evaluate workplace learning and performance.

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Organizational Learning and Performance

The second-year focuses more broadly on teams, processes, and organizations. You’ll learn how you can act as a strategic business partner in helping organizations determine what change is needed.

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Program Resources

Our graduate programs have slightly different application requirements. Get all the details for your application here.

There are a number of funding opportunities available for our graduate programs.

Learn how your graduate degree will lead to your next career.

Learn about our dedicated faculty and their areas of interest.

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