This concentration is open to all undergraduate students regardless of major. Why? Because the courses provide transferable skills that will be beneficial regardless of the career field you choose.
As a talent development (TD) professional, you will assess the needs of your organization and propose solutions. Talent Development professionals design, facilitate, and evaluate training programs. Typical jobs include trainer, instructional designer and e-learning specialist.
The Talent Development concentration provides you with these skills:
Add this concentration to your studies because:
The concentration is 15 credit hours and includes three TD courses and two electives in technology, digital media, graphic design, or website development.
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12 credit hours of Talent Development concentration courses:
I highly recommend the program. I learned so mank skills to ultimately be the facilitator I want to be." -Talia Makla, Drake Class of 2022
Working in Talent Development is all about seeing the hidden potential in others and fostering an environment for them to uncover their greatest potential. - Eric Shepard, Diversity Consultant - Principal
If you think the Talent Development concentration might be right for you, chat with your advisor or contact:
Dr. Cris Wildermuth