Online Master of Education in Human Resource and Workforce Development Education

Online Master of Education (M.Ed.) Degree Program in Human Resource and Workforce Development Education

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The university allows up to 6 years

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Application Deadlines

  • Spring: October 15
  • Fall: March 15

Estimated Cost

  • $420.19 Tuition
  • $2.84 Library fee
  • $10.73 Network & Data Systems fee
  • $30 Off-Campus fee

Tuition and fees per credit hour reflect fall 2018 rates for students studying completely online. If an online student takes a course on campus, tuition and fees will differ.

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Offered by:
College of Education and Health Professions

Why Choose This Degree?

It prepares individuals to apply integrated training, organizational development, and career ‎planning and counseling skills to the design, management, and evaluation of ‎programs to improve individual productivity, employability, and job satisfaction ‎and organizational effectiveness. The degree also applies to issues such as training, management ‎development, customer service, and total quality management. The U of A has 12 years of successful execution of this totally online master’s degree program. It is competitive with any other online or on-campus HRD degree in the country.

What You Should Know

  • You must complete a master’s level statistics course at the U of A to successfully complete this degree
  • Master’s students must complete HRWD 5433 Capstone course after 27 hours of coursework to receive the HRWD master’s degree
  • You must have a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher to be eligible for graduation
  • Approved transfer credits cannot exceed 6 hours

Eric Mateos

"I decided to pursue a M.Ed. in Human Resource and Workforce Development because of my high interest in working with people, the most crucial resource of any business in the world. I want to continue to coach football for a long time, and part of coaching is managing people in groups and sub-groups that all have a common goal: winning."

Eric Mateos
Fayetteville, AR

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