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2011-2012 Graduate Bulletin 
    
2011-2012 Graduate Bulletin [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Master of Professional Studies, M.P.S.


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Master of Professional Studies, M.P.S.


(33 semester hours)

The M.P.S. degree is offered through the Regent’s Online Degree Program (RODP). This graduate professional studies degree consists of 33 hours of interdisciplinary coursework in the areas of leadership, communications, strategic planning and assessment, organizational structure, and research/data analysis.

Strategic Leadership Concentration


For the Strategic Leadership concentration, students will complete seven of the following courses, including at least one course from each of the five subject areas.

Research Data Analysis


Organizational Structure and Change


Professional Project


The Master of Professional Studies program requires every student to complete a professional project as the culminating experience in earning the degree.

Total: 33 Hours


Human Resources Leadership Concentration


For the Human Resources Leadership concentration, students will complete the three required core courses and the following:

Students will select one of the following two courses: 3 Hours


Professional Project


The Master of Professional Studies program requires every student to complete a professional project as the culminating experience in earning the degree.

 

  • 3 (this course must be taken during the final semester of the program)  
  • Students should begin planning their project when they enter the MPS program.  They should consult their advisor about appropriate topics and submit their proposal for approval prior to the course.

Total: 33 Hours


Training and Development Concentration


For the Training and Development concentration, students will complete the three required core courses and the following:

Professional Project


The Master of Professional Studies program requires every student to complete a professional project as the culminating experience in earning the degree.


  • 3
  • (Must be taken during the final semester of the program.)  Students should begin planning their project when they enter the MPS program.  They should consult their advisor about appropriate topics and submit their proposal for approval prior to this course.

Total: 33 Hours


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