Human Resource Development
Prepare to become a strategic human resources professional who trains and develops employees in a variety of public and private organizations.
What You'll Study
- View a sample 4-year plan of classes or a complete list of program requirements.
- Courses in training and development, teaching adults, and organizational development.
- Choose a specialization in areas such as management, adult education, or communications.
- Complete an internship at the end of your program to give you hands-on experience.
Your Community & Instructors
- Lou Quast, Hellervik/PDI Endowed Chair in Leadership & Adult Career Development
- Karen Seashore, Regents Professor, Robert Holmes Beck Chair of Ideas in Education
A degree in Human Resource Development gives you access to a wide range of careers, including:
- Recruiting: Read more about an HRD graduate’s career in recruiting.
- Nonprofit or government organizations