Master of Professional Studies
The Master of Professional Studies (MPS) is an interdisciplinary graduate degree program designed for working professionals who wish to earn a graduate degree in their area of expertise and excel in their careers. View the online brochure here.
Designed for the working adult
No GRE required with 5 years' work experience
The 30-hour MPS program combines the social sciences and the professions, and is offered completely online and available 24/7. The program culminates with a professional project which is designed in cooperation with the program director, and is typically related to the student's professional work.
If you are ready to build on your professional accomplishments with a master's degree, this is the program for you!
The Master of Professional Studies has three concentrations:
Strategic Leadership - For those interested in organizational leadership, planning, communication, conflict management, and other areas of leadership.
Human Resources Leadership - For those interested in recruiting, selection and retention of human capital, compensation and benefits, and other areas of human resources management.
Training and Development - For those interested in organizational needs analysis, instructional design, human resources management, and other areas of training and development.
Each MPS program consists of 12 hours of core requirements, 15 hours related directly to your chosen concentration, and the 3 hour culminating project.
We're also pleased to announce the Masters of Professional Studies Program ranked No. 2 on the 2019 Most Affordable Online Masters Programs list publihsed by Grad School Hub. The Master of Professional Studies with a Training and Development Concentration is a 30-credit, computer-based program suits working post-grads who are interested in advancing their career with a degree. Online courses like E-Training Advanced Instructional Design and Facilitation of Learning culminate with an applied professional project.
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