Organizational Training & Performance Management is about helping people reach their potential by developing their individual talents and skills. Learn how to help others recognize, develop, and apply their talents by completing the Master’s degree in Organizational Training & Performance Management in as little as 1 year, 100% online.
The Master of Arts in Organizational Training & Performance Management is designed for adult learners currently working in or preparing to work in positions of leadership within organizations. The curriculum is designed to encourage students to apply their personal work experiences and interests to project-based activities related to employee skill and competency development, training curriculum design, leadership, strategic planning, talent acquisition, and much more.
Tusculum University offers a 12 month online graduate program in Organizational Training & Performance Management. For more information on required courses for this program, visit our catalog.
- Develop training materials and programs based upon curricular and instructional design best practices
- Assess organizational needs for enhancing performance and talent acquisition
- Apply adult learning theory and the Instructional System Design (ISD) model into practice for organizational learning needs
- Develop team behaviors, including team leadership and organizational consultant skills
- Develop effective team communication skills; e.g., facilitation, decision-making, conflict resolution, problem-solving
- Support organizational development through project management, strategic planning, succession planning, process analysis and improvement, and career planning processes.
Full-time students can complete in 12 months.
Part-time students can complete in 24 months.
The MA in Organizational Training & Performance Management will prepare students to work in organizations as training and talent development employees and talent acquisition.
Students will develop skills in talent acquisition and training, instructional design, curriculum design, leadership, employee evaluation, and adult learning.
Graduates of the program will be qualified for positions as corporate trainers, training managers, learning managers, instructional designers, training consultants, or talent acquisition managers.
Courses are designed so that theoretical foundations are complemented with practice and application which enable students to build skills and competence.
For more detailed information on individual courses,
please visit the Tusculum University Academic Catalog
|Fall Start (E=Early 7 weeks, L=Last 7 weeks)|
|Fall Start: Fall Courses||Fall Start: Spring Courses||Fall Start: Summer Courses|
|The HRD & Talent Development Profession – E||Organizational Leadership – E||Facilitating Groups – E|
|Assessing Adult & Organizational Learning Needs – E||The Consultant Relationship – E||Consultant Project – Analysis Plan – E|
|Evaluating Learning Outcomes and Impacts – L||Dynamics of Human Development and Learning Styles of the Adult Learner – L||Consultant Project: Evaluation and Lessons Learned – L|
|Organizational Performance Management – L||Planning and Developing Curriculum and Courses – L|
|Spring Start (E=Early 7 weeks, L=Last 7 weeks)|
|Spring Start: Spring Courses||Spring Start: Summer Courses||Spring Start: Fall Courses|
|The HRD and Talent Development Profession – E||Assessing Adult and Organizational Learning Needs – E||Planning and Developing Curriculum and Courses – E|
|Organizational Leadership – E||Evaluating Learning Outcomes and Impacts – E||Consultant Project – Analysis Plan – E|
|The Consultant Relationship – L||Organizational Performance Management – L||Consultant Project: Evaluation and Lessons Learned – L|
|Dynamics of Human Development and Learning Styles of the Adult Learner – L||Facilitating Groups – L|
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