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Master of Science – Learning and Talent Development

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Midland University’s Master of Science – 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. 

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Coursework

Students in the Master of Science – Learning and Talent Development program will complete 27 credits in required core courses. Students will also have the opportunity to earn an area of emphasis in either Coaching and Mentoring or Adult Education for a total of 33 credits.

Please note: Students do not have to complete an area of emphasis, but they do need to complete six credits in elective courses. 

Required Core (27 Credits)

  • AOL 501 Foundations of Evidence-Based Learning 
  • AOL 540 Strengths-Based Leadership
  • AOL 541 Understanding the Adult Learner
  • AOL 542 Diverse Learning Context
  • AOL 543 Organizational Learning Strategies 
  • AOL 612 Leadership Theory & Application
  • AOL 641 Facilitation Adult & Organizational Learning
  • AOL 644 Program Design, Administration, & Evaluation
  • AOL 690 Training Program Capstone

Areas of Emphasis (6 Credits)

Coaching & Mentoring

  • AOL 642 Building Individual Learning Capacity  
  • AOL 645 Coaching & Mentoring in Learning Environments

Adult Education

  • AOL 544 Cultural Foundations of Adult Learning
  • AOL 649 Instructional Design & Technology

Course Descriptions

To understand the importance of these required core courses and areas of emphasis, you may read the full course descriptions. 

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