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How long will it take me to finish the program?

The program requires a minimum of 30 credits and is designed so that you can finish in 18 months, including WinTerM and summer session courses.

How much does it cost?

Wisconsin and Minnesota residents planning to attend courses on the UW-Stout campus can view the current tuition rates on the Student Business Services website. An application fee is required, some individual courses require special course fees, and there is a one-time graduation fee.

May I transfer credits into the program?

Yes, if the credits are from an accredited school, are masters-level credits and are approved by the program director prior to your beginning the program.

More information about transfer credit is available in the Graduate School Policies.

May I take classes at other institutions and apply them to the program?

Yes. Again, the classes must be taken at an accredited institution, be at the masters-level and receive prior approval of the program director.

Can I work while I complete the program?

The classes are scheduled in the late afternoons and evenings. Many meet one night a week.

Weekend and online classes may be available to offer flexibility for working students.

Are the classes offered online?

Yes, classes are offered online in the distance delivered cohort program. The next cohort will launch in Fall 2014. Additionally, some courses may be available online and on weekends at UW Stout-Menomonie location.

What do I need to enter the program?

The Training and Human Resource Development program requires a foundation in training systems and organizational leadership through work and/or educational experiences. Prerequisite courses may be taken to fulfill these requirements. Please contact the program director for additional information.

For answers to questions not addressed here, contact the program director at the address, telephone, or e-mail address listed on the contact page.
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