Talent Development Concentration

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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.

 

Program Overview

The talent development concentration is an undergraduate concentration open to all majors.  The concentration is 15 credit hours and includes three TD courses and two electives in technology, digital media, graphic design, or website development.

 

Curriculum

Required Courses

TD 111:  Organizational Learning (3 credit hours, fall)

TD 113:  Performance Consulting (3 credit hours, fall)

TD 114:  Designing, Developing, and Facilitating Learning (3 credit hours, spring) 

Elective Courses

TD 112:  Learning and Technology (3 credit hours, summer)

Three hours of approved elective courses in technology, digital media, graphic design, or website development.

  

Questions

For additional information, please contact

Dr. Cris Wildermuth
Associate Professor
cris.wildermuth@drake.edu
515.271.4701

 

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