Improving workplace performance in ways that organizations value
Online Master of Science degree in
Fall 2015 application deadline
is Friday, June 26
Our Online Graduate Program Offerings
Boise State University’s Organizational Performance and Workplace Learning Department (formerly Instructional & Performance Technology) offers master’s degrees and certificates through an entirely online program. Students gain from communicating and collaborating with fellow professionals from around the globe, and from participating as members of virtual teams to work on actual instructional design, needs assessment, evaluation and research projects for real clients. Learning to effectively and respectively collaborate with others from around the globe helps to build the skills necessary to improve workplace performance in ways that organizations value. A series of articles published in the Tales from the Field column in ISPI’s PerformanceXpress monthly newsletters showcase OPWL students’ quality coursework. And online delivery is not new to us. We have offered online courses for over 20 years, since 1989.
What career opportunities are related to a degree in Organizational Performance and Workplace Learning?
OPWL students and graduates are working in various industries including the private sector, non-profit organizations, healthcare, government agencies, and the military. While or after earning the OPWL master’s degree or certificate, they are qualified to hold or seek jobs as:
|instructional designers||curriculum developers|
|training managers||workforce development specialists|
|technical writers||e-learning developers|
|performance consultants||organizational development specialists|
|project managers/directors||organizational development directors|
See OPWL graduates’ testimonials, explaining their career advancement and job promotions largely due to earning the OPWL master’s degree.