Online Master's in Human Resources and Organization Development
Education Opportunity for Adjutant General Captains Career Course (AGCCC) Graduates
The Master of Science in Human Resources and Organization Development (MS HROD) at the University of Louisville prepares Active, Reserve and National Guard components professionals for leadership in human resources, workplace learning and organizational change.
This educational opportunity is available for those who completed the U.S. Army Adjutant General Captains Career Course (AGCCC) between October 1, 2017 and present. AGCCC graduates during that period can be awarded 6 credits (2 courses) toward the online master's degree, and be required to complete 27 credit hours (9 courses) at UofL. AGCCC graduates also benefit from:
$250 per credit tuition rate
App fee waiver
Priority course registration
No GRE requirement
SHRM-CP exam fee waiver*
Our learning model allows students to apply classroom knowledge to workplace situations in real time and incorporate work experience in their learning process sets our program apart. It provides our graduates with the extra edge they need on the job, superior marketability in their field and it is delivered completely online.
*You can now use the service’s Credentialing Opportunities Online (Army COOL) to fund your SHRM-CP exam. To learn more contact your installation education office.
The MS HROD program is officially recognized as fully aligned with SHRM guidelines and standards. SHRM alignment ensures that the MS HROD program prepares its students within SHRM’s recommended guidelines for Human Resource education at the graduate level. Qualified* graduating MS HROD students are eligible to sit for the SHRM-CP exam.
*Students must be in their final semester of coursework from a SHRM aligned program (MSHROD), be in good standing for graduation, and have a minimum of 500-direct hours of hands on, real world HR experience.
Enhance your expertise and skills to move up in your organization.
Become more marketable and increase your earnings.
Apply learned concepts and tactics immediately in your workplace.
Network with peers in various industries and share experiences and ideas.
Learn from distinguished faculty with industry experience and a strong commitment to applied research.