The Department of Organizational Learning and Performance offers three graduate degree (Master of Organizational Learning and Performance, Master of Education (M.Ed.) in Instructional Technology, and Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in Instructional Design) and an undergraduate degree (Bachelor of Science in Workplace Training and Leadership) that focus on organizational performance as it relates to training, learning and development, leadership, and performance improvement.
Program participants range from traditional undergraduate students to seasoned managers and supervisors. The two degrees are aimed to prepare students to be knowledgeable and highly effective in a variety of organizations in both the for-profit and not-for-profit environments, including education and public service/government.
The Department of Organizational Learning and Performance also offers credentialing for the state of Idaho Professional-Technical Education (PTE). Many PTE professionals or aspiring PTE instructors elect to apply the suite of the four required PTE courses towards the Master of Organizational Learning and Performance degree (formerly Master of Training and Development) or the Bachelors of Science in Workplace Training and Leadership degree (formerly Bachelor of Science in Human Resource Training and Development).
Flexible Course Options with Online Courses
Many students have chosen a degree from the Department of Organizational Learning and Performance because of its flexible course scheduling (most courses are offered every Fall and Spring semester with the majority of them being available online) and its added value approach to all types of organizations. Many of our graduates enter positions such as internal consultants, instructional designers, training managers, and performance engineers in organizations around the world.
Last Update: 7/8/2014 Senzo