An evaluation study of the core courses of the master's degree in training and development with alignment of globalization
The purpose of this study is to provide the faculty, staff and students in the Master of
Science program in Training and Development (MSTD) at the University of Wisconsin-Stout
information regarding the core required courses and the competencies needed to excel in a highly
diversified, global work environment. This study will identify program strengths, weaknesses
and recommendations for future modification. The study will confirm alignment of the core
competencies related to globalization provided in MSTD at University of Wisconsin - Stout with
the competencies defined in "HRD in the Age of Globalization: a Practical Guide to Workplace
Learning in the Third Millennium
(Marquardt, Berger and Loan. 2004).
The resource has provided very significant information on competencies of successful
The researcher will collect data from survey questionnaires provided by eight lead
instructors who teach the core courses in the program and come up with recommendations based
on the answers and the competencies provided in the book.
The significance of this research will contribute to the awareness of the current
competencies in the MSTD program at the University of Wisconsin-Stout. It will not only
benefit the program, but also the faculty, advisory board members and students.
This process involves reviewing research that will be used to modify any recommended
change in the program.
School:University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire
School Location:USA - Wisconsin
Source Type:Master's Thesis
Keywords:university of wisconsin stout education and globalization core competencies
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