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Organizational Performance and Workplace Learning (OPWL)

Improving workplace performance in ways that organizations value

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    Read the OPWL Newsletter

    The OPWL Department is Celebrating 30 years of Excellence! Read the OPWL newsletter to find out more about the OPWL program, student success stories, and faculty news.

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    OPWL students received an award from AECT

    OPWL students received an award from the Association of Educational Communications and Technology (AECT) for Outstanding Practice by a Graduate Student in Instructional Design award. OPWL 537 instructional design students; Amy Eisely, Angi Lamkins, Lyn Wright and Josh Orr were the members of the team that created this winning project design. CONGRATULATIONS OPWL students! First picture L to R: Angi Lamkins, Amy Eisel. Second picture L to R: Angi Lamkins, Amy Eisle, and President of AECT's design and development division, Univerisity of Florida's Dr. Albert Ritzhaupt

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:

icon-checkmark instructional designers icon-checkmark curriculum developers
icon-checkmark training managers icon-checkmark workforce development specialists
icon-checkmark technical writers icon-checkmark e-learning developers
icon-checkmark trainers icon-checkmark research analysts
icon-checkmark performance consultants icon-checkmark organizational development specialists
icon-checkmark project managers/directors icon-checkmark organizational development directors

See OPWL graduates’ testimonials, explaining their career advancement and job promotions largely due to earning the OPWL master’s degree.