Occup. Studies - Training Specialist Emphasis (BS)

Training specialists function primarily as training program analysts, designers, developers, presenters, and evaluators. This degree in Occupational and Technical Studies integrates technical course work with training in business and supervisory skills. That means you'll train to become a generalist who is competent in assessing problems and proposing training solutions to improve productivity related to the workforce.  Training specialists work with subject matter experts to build training curriculum, and may work in virtually any type of work setting.

The course work in this program is based on the latest research by the American Society for Training and Development.

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Curriculum

Talk with an advisor to determine how your credits will transfer. The curriculum sheets below can serve as a guide for planning your course of study.

Learning Environment

Courses in this program are offered in this technology:

Online synchronous: Access course material online from any location and participate in live, regularly scheduled online class meetings.

Admission Information

All ODU undergraduate distance learning programs are degree completion / transfer programs.

Explore Monarch TRANSFERmation to see how courses you've completed may transfer to ODU. To have an advisor review your transcripts, contact your nearest ODU extended classroom site or call 1.800.968.2638.

For this program, you will need to be accepted into ODU as a degree-seeking student.

Partnerships

Partnerships
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Training Specialist Careers

  • Instructor
  • Instructional designer
  • Training coordinator and manager
  • Program evaluator
  • Advisor
  • Program developer
  • Curriculum developer/writer
  • Human resources

Calculating Cost

Undergraduate Distance Learning Tuition Classification Cost per credit hour
Virginia residents (with Virginia domicile) $285
Students living outside of Virginia $285
* In Virginia but without Virginia domicile $807


Rates are effective Summer 2013 and subject to change. Please visit the Admission & Financial Aid web site for complete tuition details.

* For questions about domicile or “in-state” status as it applies to tuition rates, please visit the University Registrar.