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Organizational Performance and Workplace Learning (OPWL)

Improving workplace performance in ways that organizations value

  • OPWL Celebrates 30 Years of Excellence
    OPWL is Celebrating 30 Years of Excellence

    Thirty years ago, the program started with one full-time faculty member and approximately 50 on-campus and online students. Today, the OPWL department has eight full-time faculty members and three staff members, supporting an active student body of over 200 students as well as nearly 1000 graduates from around the world.

  • OPWL testimonial Jie Chen
    OPWL Testimonials – Jie Chen

  • OPWL testimonial - Julie Barkin
    OPWL Testimonials – Julie Barkin

  • OPWL testimonial Dwayne Dunn
    OPWL Testimonials – Dwayne Dunn

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.