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Required Coursework
Talent Development

Theory into Practice

In the Masters degree in Talent Development students must successfully complete 33 semester hours of required coursework. Students must also complete a final Capstone Project before graduation. The final capstone project will enable the student to demonstrate their overall level of knowledge and skill instead of a thesis. Because this program is geared towards working professionals, a capstone project provides them the opportunity to apply the concepts learned in the program directly to a real-world problem. The intent of the capstone project is for students to apply in detail all of the concepts learned in their program in order to fully develop and implement talent development initiatives. The final Capstone Project must focus on a researchable problem, new creative work, or innovative area of application (i.e. strategic employee development, performance improvement).

For a complete listing of course descriptions students may visit the Graduate Catalog located here.

Talent Development Courses

Course Credits
TEC 5203 - Analysis of Talent Development 3
TEC 5213 - Work Performance Improvement 3
TEC 5253 - Consulting for Performance Improvement 3
TEC 5283 - Instructional Systems Design 3
TEC 5293 - Strategic Employee Development 3
TEC 5443 - Assessment and Evaluation of Talent 3
OPD Elective - 4820, 4840, 4845, 4855, or other approved elective 3
OPD Elective - 4820, 4840, 4845, 4855, or other approved elective 3
MSTD 5230 - Talent Development Administration 3
MSTD 5255 - Facilitating Talent Development 3
MSTD 5900 - Capstone in Talent Development 3
Total Required Hours 33

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School of Technology Bachelor of Science in Organizational Development

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