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Training and Development Courses

To fulfill the requirements of the Master of Arts in Training and Development, students complete a total of 12 courses or 36 credit hours. All MATD courses may be completed fully online.

Core Courses (24 semester hours)
The 8 core courses provide a strong foundation in training competencies

  • TRDV 400 Introduction to Training & Development
  • TRDV 411 Instructional Methods and Delivery
  • TRDV 422 Adult Learning Theory and Application
  • TRDV 434 Evaluation Research Methods
  • TRDV 435 Organization Development
  • TRDV 450 Learning Technologies
  • TRDV 451 Instructional Systems Design
  • TRDV 490/TRDV 499 Master’s Thesis or Master’s Project

Concentration Courses (6 semester hours)
Select one of the following areas of concentration based upon your career goals and complete the concentration requirements by selecting two courses in your area of choice.

E-Learning

  • TRDV 432 E-Learning Strategy
  • TRDV 438 Blended Learning Solutions
  • TRDV 439 E-Learning Course Design
  • TRDV 453 E-Learning Course Production

Organization Development

  • TRDV 426 Organizational Communication
  • TRDV 427 Organization Analysis and Design
  • TRDV 433 Managing Organizational Change
  • TRDV 441 Human Performance Technology

Instructional Design

  • TRDV 429 Curriculum Planning and Development
  • TRDV 439 E-Learning Course Design
  • TRDV 441 Human Performance Technology

Program Electives (6 semester hours)
Choose 2 courses from the list below or 2 from concentration courses above.

  • TRDV 401 Online Teaching Theory and Application
  • TRDV 420 Career Development in Organizations
  • TRDV 421 Facilitation and Presentation Skills for Trainers
  • TRDV 423 Team Building and Leadership Skills
  • TRDV 424 Communication and Consulting Skills for Trainers
  • TRDV 425 Project Management
  • TRDV 428 Workplace Diversity
  • TRDV 431 Global Training
  • TRDV 437 Creativity in the Workplace

Contact Tara Hawkins, Coordinator of Training and Development, for more information at thawkins@roosevelt.edu or 847.619.8734