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The Human and Organizational Learning master's program in Human Resource Development is committed to providing quality education for professionals and managers who are interested in helping people and organizations adapt to continuous change. The program focuses on increasing the learning capacity of individuals, teams, and organizations to optimize organizational growth and effectiveness. The students are encouraged to form learning communities to provide collective support, promote action learning, and model a learning culture. The goal of the HRD Program is to provide leaders with innovative solutions for today's business challenges.
The design of the HRD master's program enables students to acquire skills and knowledge in such areas as leadership, group processes, adult learning, organizational diagnosis, and consulting strategies, depending upon the needs and interests of each student. Courses allow students to obtain a solid foundation in theory and concepts with an applied emphasis.
Foggy Bottom Campus
Alexandria Graduate Education Center (Va.)
Hampton Roads, Va.
36 Credit Hours
Fall: January 15 (priority deadline to be considered for tuition support) or April 1 (final deadline)
Summer: March 1
Spring: October 1
Semesters for Entry:
Fall, Spring, or Summer
Main Campus - Foggy Bottom/Washington DC
Kristin Furio, Program Manager
Alexandria Graduate Education Center
Jenn Oribello, Program Coordinator
Hampton Roads Center
Marilyn Wesner, Associate Professor
Office of Admission
Andre Wright, Assistant Director of Admissions
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