Why you should choose Human Capital Development
The mission of the Human Capital Development programs is to prepare graduates to improve performance in organizations through the talents of people. The programs are respected internationally as a leading innovation in HCD as evidenced by the quality of graduates and faculty research.
What Will I Learn?
- Change Leadership
- Human Capital Analytics
- Organizational Culture
- Performance Improvement
- Strategic Planning
- Workforce Development
- Hold a baccalaureate degree from an institution approved by a recognized accrediting agency.
- Be eligible to re-enter in good standing the last college or university attended.
- Present evidence, by official transcript, of a grade point average of at least 2.75 (figured on an A equals 4.0 scale) for the last two years of undergraduate study.
- Have at least three (3) letters of recommendation.
- Submit proof of immunization.
- Achieve a TOEFL score of 575 or more if native language is not English.
Faculty scholars bring practical real-world experience to the classroom.
The Human Capital Development programs provide a think-tank environment where students interact with faculty who are experts in the discipline. The curriculum is research-based and practitioner-focused, which increases student's knowledge and sparks creativity.
|Human Capital Development PhD||Gulf Park Hybrid|
|Human Capital Development (Instructional Technology and Design) PhD||Gulf Park Hybrid|
|Human Capital Development MS||Online 100%|
|Human Capital Development (Instructional Technology and Design) MS||Online 100%|
|Instructional Technology Graduate Certificate||Online 100%|
- Chief Human Capital Officer
- Instructional Designer
- Chief Human Resources Officer
- Training Specialist or Coordinator
- Director of Organizational Learning
- Workforce Development Manager
- Dr. Gary Burras, Class of 2014,
Corporate Director of Human Resources, Majestic Star Casinos, LLC; Adjunct Faculty for USM, MGCCC
- Dr. Angie Walker, Class of 2017,
US Navy Captain, Retired
- Dr. Richard Jeffries, Class of 2011,
Senior advisor and executive coach for the University Corporation for Atmospheric Research Community Programs
- Dr. Catherine Cole, Class of 2018,
Training Specialist, United States Department of Agriculture