Master of Science in Learning & Talent Development
About the program:
The Master of Science in Learning and Talent Development (MS-LTD) is a graduate-level program that offers those who teach, train, coach, and mentor adults in a variety of community, corporate, and educational settings the opportunity to advance their professional practice through the development of leadership skills and hands-on experiences.
100% Online, 8-week courses
Transfer up to 40% of the degree total
Next Start Date:
May 22, 2023
May 1, 2023
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Midland University’s Master of Science in Learning and Talent Development program is designed for individuals currently working with, or wanting to work with, adult learners in a variety of individual and collective learning environments. Using a constructivist approach to building knowledge and capacity, faculty and learners develop and enhance instructional/program design, facilitation, assessment/evaluation, and research skills in a collaborative and professional environment.
Master of Science in Learning and Talent Development graduates will be prepared to:
- Identify individual and organizational learning needs in communities and organizations
- Evaluate and apply relevant evidence-based research to strengthen leadership skills
- Employ ethical decision-making and sensitivity to diverse learning populations and contexts
- Facilitate adult and organizational learning opportunities by utilizing multiple instructional strategies in a variety of learning environments
- Design, deliver and evaluate organizational learning programs
Midland University is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission, 230 South LaSalle Street, Suite 7-500, Chicago, Illinois, 60604-1411, (800) 621-7440, and the Department of Higher Education of the Evangelical Lutheran Church. Individual programs are accredited by the Nebraska State Board of Nursing, the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing, the Commission on Accreditation for Respiratory Care, and the Nebraska State Department of Education. Documentation of accreditation may be viewed upon request in the Office of the President.