Graduate Certificate in HRD

Graduate Certificate in Human Resources Development

Earning the Human Resource Development (HRD) Graduate Certificate will provide you with strong preparation in the foundations of HRD, include related skill development. The US Bureau of Labor Statistics anticipates HRD-related job growth to be above 20% between 2010 and 2020.

This certificate will prepare you for specialized professional and managerial positions such as:

  • Managers and supervisors of workplace learning/training/HRDfunctions
  • Government employees involved in workforce/career related areas
  • Non-profit HR/HRD training professionals
  • Consulting firm employees
  • Training professionals/specialists
  • Managers and executives interested in expanding knowledge regarding employee development

Highlights of the HRD Certificate

  • Faculty blend up-to-date theory with realistic, applied practice in leadership and human resource development for today's workplace.
  • You can complete the HRD Certificate either as a full-time student or as a part-time student.
  • All courses taken for the HRD Certificate can apply towards the MS in Technology.
  • To suit your learning style and schedule, you can take courses online, in hybrid format, or face-to-face.

Courses

The HRD Certificate curriculum includes three required courses and one elective course.

  • OLS 51500—Foundations of Human Resource Development
  • OLS 57400—Managerial Training and Development
  • OLS 58200—Leadership and Organizational Change
  • A 3-credit hour elective course (approved by the advisor)

Tuition for TLC Graduate Programs 2020-2021

  • Indiana residents: $471.50/credit hour
  • Non-residents: $632.75/credit hour

Additional fees may apply.  For more information about fees, see Graduate Engineering and Technology (Domestic Students)

Applying for Admission

To apply for the HRD Graduate Certificate, visit https://et.iupui.edu/prospective/graduate/admissions/ and note the admissions deadlines.

  1. Click on the left menu item Master’s and Graduate Certificate Applications (https://et.iupui.edu/prospective/graduate/admissions/masters-and-certificate-applications) and follow the instructions there.
    • Note that the GRE is not required if you have graduated from an accredited undergraduate institution.
  2. In the online graduate application (CAS), search for one of the following program names:

Human Resource Development Graduate Certificate (On campus)

                                or

Human Resource Development Graduate Certificate (Online)

  1. Select the term when you wish to begin your studies.
  2. Follow the remaining instructions to complete and submit your application.

If you have questions as you are applying, e-mail Dr. Brandon Sorge bsorge@iupui.edu