Master of Science, Organizational Performance and Workplace Learning
About the Program
Boise State's Master of Science in Organizational Performance and Workplace Learning Educates the 21st-century workforce in instructional design, e-learning, training, learning and development, human resources development, performance improvement and consulting. Students are led by experts in the field and have to opportunity to join faculty research labs to work on real-world research and development projects and applications. Students generate portfolio-worthy course assignments in each course to develop their portfolio website as a culminating activity."
Program of Study
Graduate Major Requirements take the following courses, take 24 credits24 creditsOPWL529 - Needs Assessment4 creditsOPWL530 - Evaluation4 creditsOPWL535 - Principles of Adult Learning4 creditsOPWL536 - Foundations of OPWL4 creditsOPWL537 - Instructional Design4 creditsOPWL560 - Workplace Performance4 credits
Complete Portfolio Option or Thesis Option: Portfolio Option complete the following 2 requirements12 creditsTake at least 8 credits from electives as well as:Take at least 3 credits from the following:OPWL506 - Survey Design & Data Analysis1 creditOPWL507 - Interviews and Data Analysis1 creditOPWL508 - Data Visualization1 creditOPWL531 - Quantitative Research3 creditsOPWL592 - Portfolio1 - 6 credits
Complete Portfolio Option or Thesis Option: Thesis Option take the following courses, take 12 credits12 creditsTake at least 6 credits from OPWL593OPWL506 - Survey Design & Data Analysis1 creditOPWL507 - Interviews and Data Analysis1 creditOPWL508 - Data Visualization1 creditOPWL531 - Quantitative Research3 creditsOPWL593 - Thesis1 - 9 credits
* Please note that you must meet with an advisor each semester in order to verify degree completion time as well as online course offerings for the program requirements.