Education M.Ed. in Education and Human Resources Studies Organizational Learning, Performance, and Change Specialization - Online Program
What is a Master's Degree in Organizational Learning?
Organizational Learning, Performance, and Change specialization is designed to equip you to make a strong impact on your organization’s people and processes. You’ll be able to apply your new skills to individuals, teams, systems, and processes. At your organization – or as a consultant – you are the catalyst for strategic improvements, optimizing workforce and business.
This program includes an application component. This is critical to moving you from knowledge to action. You’ll be prepared for real-world human capital and organizational performance issues. You’ll have access to organizations to experiment with the tools and techniques you learn in class. See the results first-hand and learn to adjust your thinking to meet challenges.
Learn How to Work With Organizations at Any Level
As an organizational learning, performance, and change expert, you’ll be a valuable business partner for organizations of any kind.
Learn to Help Individuals, Teams, and Processes Perform Better
You’ll focus on specific topics during each year of this two-year, online program.
A Master's in Organizational Learning Program Designed to Fit your Life
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.
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.
Wondering if Organizational Learning is Right for You?
You might already work in a role that requires you to think creatively and holistically about solving issues within the organization.
- In management: human resource, business, or operations?
- In training, learning, or other skills-development roles?
- Advising or consulting?
- A small business owner?
- In administration: education, healthcare, or nonprofit?
Does your background include psychology, business, or sociology?
Do you work in industries such as energy, engineering, education, or healthcare?
Or are you in a different role or industry altogether, looking to become an engaged problem-solver?