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TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT

Undergraduate Certificate Program

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Capital College

TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT (CLTRDV)

This program will help develop the professional knowledge and skills to: analyze employee performance needs, specify training and non-training solutions to improve employee performance, design career and succession management programs and design, develop and deliver training programs. Individuals who hold a valid associate degree or any higher degree from an accredited college or university may take courses in this certificate program. Participants may also have been enrolled at the junior or senior level in a baccalaureate degree program in any academic field.

To earn an undergraduate certificate in TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT, a minimum of 12 credits is required.

PRESCRIBED COURSES

TRDEV418
TRDEV460
TRDEV421 OR TRDEV431 OR TRDEV470 OR TRDEV475
TRDEV421 OR TRDEV431 OR TRDEV470 OR TRDEV475

 

Prerequisites Required.

Effective Date: Fall Semester 1998

Expiration Date: Spring Semester 2011

Last Revised by the Department: 02/22/2012

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