The online Workforce Education & Development undergraduate degree at Appalachian
Develop your workforce skills with the Career and Technical Education online degree, with a concentration in Workforce Education and Development.
This program will prepare you to apply integrated training, organizational development and career planning and counseling skills to the design, management and evaluation of programs to improve individual productivity, employability and organizational effectiveness.
Immerse yourself in areas such as corporate training, business management development, information technology, finance, organizational development, consultation and total quality management.
Curriculum has been designed to prepare students for careers in the areas of corporate training and business education. By working closely with faculty, students develop skills to manage, teach and train employees in an effective and efficient manner. These skills are useful to work within all industries and capitalize on your goals and experience.
As a graduate, you will be able to progress in your current employment, begin an entrepreneurial venture or explore new career pathways.
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- Career facilitator/manager/specialist
- Corporate/business trainer
- Workforce education director
- 13-15 hours per semester, on average, year-round
- Completion time: Four semesters of classes
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The following are criteria required for entry. After admission, you may need additional transfer hours. The hours delivered by Appalachian and your transfer hours must equal 120 hours by the end of the program.
- Transfer Admission to the university
- Minimum of 30 transfer credit hours
Visit our transfer equivalency course search to see how your previous coursework transfers to Appalachian. For your convenience, our Pre-Application Evaluation form (watch our video to learn more) can help you determine if you meet the minimum program entry requirements.
Before finishing this program, you must also have met Appalachian’s General Education requirements.