Masters Degrees in Training & Development

Discussion in 'General Distance Learning Discussions' started by worthingco, Jan 31, 2013.

  1. worthingco

    worthingco New Member

    Hi Everyone,

    There are a lot of MBA & other business managment degrees out there, but can anyone suggest any reasonably priced online Masters degrees in Training & Development? RA or NA is fine.

    Many thanks for your assistance.
  2. Rich Douglas

    Rich Douglas Well-Known Member

    University of Leicester, Centre for Labour Market Studies

    Boise State
  3. Randell1234

    Randell1234 Moderator

    Check this out from UWF:

    Education & Training Management Subspecialty (ETMS) M.Ed.

    Throughout this program, ETMS students (pdf) develop expertise in using emerging technologies to support teaching and learning, as they design and develop instruction, investigate how technology can be used to change institutions and organizations, and design and develop strategies to integrate technology into learning communities. Our graduates are employed as technology coordinators and technology support personnel; in the military and business and industry as instructional designers and developers, and instructional project managers; and as distance learning professionals. Go to web site for more information .
    •Education and Training Management (ETMS)
    •Education and Training Management (ETMS-HPT) ◦Human Performance Technology

    •Education and Training Management (ETMS-IT) ◦Instructional Technology

    UWF - Online Campus - Graduate Programs
  4. consultco

    consultco New Member

    There's an MA in Training and Development at Roosevelt University, although I'm not sure about the cost:

    "The Graduate Program in Training and Development prepares graduates for a variety of career paths including, but not limited to, instructional design and delivery, organization development, and e-Learning."

    Master of Arts in Training and Development
  5. smokey2011

    smokey2011 Member

    I don't know what you consider reasonably priced, but I am liking Boise state's program so far. One main difference I've noticed between this degree and similar ones is it isn't a MEd degree, it's a M.S. degree. Here's a link totheirprogram page if you're interested. Boise State
  6. major56

    major56 Active Member

    Not sure as to program costs:

    University of St. Francis: M.S. in T&D
    Master of Science in Training and Development (MSTD)University of St. Francis

    Regents Online Campus Collaborative (Tennessee Board of Regents): M.P.S. in Training & Development
    Training and Development | Regents Online

    Seaton Hall: M.A. in Human Resources Training and Development
    Online Master's in Police Graduate Studies, (Online Option) - Seton Hall University, New Jersey

    University of Wisconsin-Stout: M.S. in Training and Human Resource Development
    Distance Delivered Program

    FIU: MS - Adult Education and Human Resource Development
    MS - Adult Education and Human Resource Development - FIU Online

    University of New England (AUS): Master of Training & Development
    UNE - Degrees - Master of Training and Development
  7. mjohnson7

    mjohnson7 New Member

    Amberton University
    Online MS in HR Training and Development
    It's regionally accredited and each 3hr course is like $700! That makes whole MS degree around $8400!
  8. worthingco

    worthingco New Member

    Masters in Training & Development

    Thanks to everyone who responded. It was very much appreciated.
  9. worthingco

    worthingco New Member

    Yes - I'm familiar with Amberton's programs. It's great degree program & very affordable! Problem is: I have a bachelor's degree from a Chartered Canadian university & Amberton will only accept American bachelor degrees from RA schools for entry into their graduate programs. Silly...considering my bachelor's is equivalent to an American RA degree. I even contacted the president of Amberton about this, but she could care less. I'm sure they have enough American RA bachelor's degree holders to fill their master's programs.

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