Improving workplace performance in ways that organizations value
Online Master of Science degree in
- Thank you to the May 2018 graduates and certificate completers that attended the OPWL dinner Friday, May 4!
Back row (faculty) L to R: Crystal Han, Steve Villachica, Lisa Giacumo, Anthony Marker, Yonnie Chyung, Don Winiecki, InGu Kang, Vicki Stieha Front row L to R: Sujatha Jagdeep, Jaime Martin, Katie Clayton, and Theresa Brittain
- OPWL Testimonials – Ross Eggett
- OPWL Testimonials – Sujatha Jagdeep
- OPWL Testimonials – Jerrod Guddat
- OPWL Testimonials – Jennifer Shamsy
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.