Minor in Human Resource Development
Human Resource Development (HRD) is the process of improving learning and performance in individual, group and organization contexts through domains of expertise such as lifelong learning, career development, training and development, and organization development. A minor in HRD allows for a wider range of potential employment and accommodation to a diverse education professional experience.
Degree: Minor in Human Resource Development
Degrees Offered: Minor
Credit Hours: 18
Minor Admissions Deadlines
Check the A&M Academic Calendar. The minor application will open and close on the same dates as the Change of Curriculum application.
Requirements to add Minor
1. Overall GPR 2.0 or better
2. Minimum 12 graded hours at Texas A&M
3. No more than 75 total completed hours (A&M and transfer hours)
4. Submitted application*
Please refer to application dates below.
5. Application essay demonstrating writing skills and discussing career goals; Explain how this degree program will help achieve those goals
*All applicants (major and minors) are reviewed by the program faculty. A key application element is the essay identifying how this minor aligns with career goals.
Note: Applicants are reviewed by a committee and admitted on a competitive basis. Meeting the minimum requirements does not guarantee admission.
18 total credit hours. Human Resource Development minors will be limited to a maximum of 2 (6 hours) EHRD courses per term.
The following 12 credit hours are required:
- EHRD 203 Foundations in Human Resource Development
- EHRD 210 Legal and Ethical Environment of HRD
- EHRD 372 Training and Development in HRD
- EHRD 374 Organization Development
An additional 6 credit hours are required from the following courses:
- EHRD 315 Applied HRD in the Workplace
- EHRD 371 Applied Learning Principles (“W” Writing Intensive Course)
- EHRD 408 Diversity Issues and Practices in HRD
- EHRD 413 Conflict Management and Dialogue
Total = 18 hours