M.S. in Human Resource Development
The M.S. in Human Resource Development is a unique two-year program developed by faculty who are leading researchers and practitioners in their field. Their experience and knowledge of current trends and practices lends a customized aspect to the core courses and concentrations that are offered with this program.
The program is 45 credit hours, consisting of 39 credits of coursework (30 core credits; 9 elective credits) and a capstone project, resulting in a submission of an applied research paper and final presentation, totaling six credits.
The program’s core curriculum provides a comprehensive understanding of human resource development, from its foundations to the most successful workplace learning, performance, and change strategies.
For the M.S. in Human Resource Development curriculum, please visit the Drexel University Online Course Catalog.