Findlay's Master of Arts in Education (MAE) program consists of 33 credit hours
Findlay's Master's of Education program allows you to take the next step in your career while working around your schedule as a busy professional. Our advisors will work one-on-one with you to reach your personal career goals. We give you the attention and support to complete the work in your own time.
Admissions are rolling with classes starting in the fall, summer, and spring semesters each year. Apply today to start classes on August 17, 2020.
Students looking to study entirely on Findlay's campus can focus their studies in human resource development (HRD) or choose a specialization from Findlay's graduate course offerings.
Human Resource Development
Businesses today are recognizing the importance of employee development and training. There's an increasing demand for human resource professionals who can design and implement training programs and establish a learning dynamic for the entire organization.
Building on the strong foundation of the Master of Arts in Education Program, the Human Resource Development Strand features courses with a focus on employee education.
Students earning a Master of Arts in Education in Human Resource Development must complete:
Generalist Master's in Education
The generalist MAE program was made to be tailored to your personal and professional goals by allowing our students to choose the classes that are right for them.
Students earning a Master of Arts in Education must complete:
“The HRD program was a game-changer for me personally and professionally. The faculty used real-world experiences and collaborative conversations that truly supported the content that was being delivered.”
-- Bill McIntosh, '09, '91
Walmart Market Human Resource Manager
UF Distinguished Alumni Award Recipient