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Master of Science in Human Resources
|Face-to-Face||Health Professions Education
||Education, learning, leadership, and organization change for healthcare settings.|
|Online & Face-to-Face||Workplace Learning and Performance||Workplace learning, training, performance improvement, and instructional design.|
|Online & Face-to-Face
||Human Resource Leadership||Strategic and tactical human resource leadership for generalists and specialists.|
Health Professions Education:
Program: Aimed primarily toward healthcare professionals who lead performance, development and learning. The certificate program is especially beneficial for physicians, dentists, nurses, clinical educators, allied health professionals, dental hygienists, and others professionals interested in education, training, and performance improvement.
Human Resource Leadership:
Program: Aimed primarily toward HR generalists and specialists who lead or aspire to lead both the tactical and strategic aspects of the human resource function. Students range from recent college graduates to seasoned HR professionals with years of experiences. Approximately 40 percent of our students currently work in HR-related positions, 30 percent are full-time students, and the remainder work in other full-time positions.
Workplace Learning and Performance:
Program: Aimed toward those who lead workforce performance, development, and learning. In particular, the program emphasizes the development of human resources, training, organization development, and instructional design/e-learning. Students range from recent college graduates to seasoned learning and performance professionals with years of experiences. Approximately 30 percent of our students currently work in workplace learning-related positions, 30 percent are full-time students, and the rest work in other full-time positions.
Courses: All courses require readings, smaller assignments, and a Hallmark Assessment. The Hallmark Assessment is the culminating large project that requires that you integrate most of the course content into one large task. Most Hallmark Assessments require that you conduct a project in a real work situation.
Time frame: Full-time students need at least a year and a half to complete the degree. Most part-time students complete the program in 2-3 years. However, you can take up to six years to finish. Students with full-time jobs cannot take more than two courses per semester.
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All Online Programs- Southern Association of Colleges and Schools:
The University of Louisville is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools to award associate, bachelor, master, specialist, doctoral, and first-professional degrees (D.M.D., J.D., M.D.).
**Beginning Spring 2012, active-duty Reserve Component service members who are receiving Department of Defense Title X tuition assistance funds (federal assistance only, not state tuition assistance) are eligible for the military tuition rate. Active-duty is defined as "on orders" for 180 days or more.
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