Human Resource and Workforce Development Education
The Human Resource and Workforce Development Education (HRWD) program, offered by distance (online) learning, prepares graduate and undergraduate students of all ages and backgrounds for a rewarding breadth of careers.
U.S. News and World Report ranked the online baccalaureate degree programs of the College of Education and Health Professions — including the Bachelor of Science in Human Resource and Workforce Development — No. 21 among 337 ranked programs for 2021.
Offered are degrees of bachelor of science in education, master of education and doctor of education, which are detailed on the Degrees page with requirements outlined on the Admission Process page.
Offering small class sizes, a diverse student body and low student-faculty ratios, Human Resource and Workforce Development Education programs offer a tightly knit, high-energy learning in a student-centered environment. Students have numerous opportunities for hands-on technical, research and professional experience in a variety of community settings. HRWD faculty members are available to students seeking advice on a variety of topics and serve as resources long after students graduate.
The program is part of the Department of Rehabilitation, Human Resources and Communication Disorders.