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MS in Human Resource Development
The first formal assessment of the Graduate Human Resource Development program at St. John Fisher College in Rochester, NY is conducted and reviewed. This assessment from the learners' perspective is examined at five levels: Kirkpatrick's (1998b) four levels of evaluation and the fifth by Hamblin (1974). The five levels are Level 1: Reaction, Level2: Learning, Level 3: Behavior, Level4: Results, and Level 5: Ultimate Value. The assessment is conducted using self-report information about learners matriculated into the program, college-provided data about them, and input from their employers. The findings suggest that there are significant differences between groups of Learners in Level2: Learning and Level 5: Ultimate Value. The study further suggests that the Graduate Human Resource Development program at St. John Fisher College is effective in carrying out its mission
Glanton, Erin A., "Assessment of Graduate Human Resources Development Program" (2001). Education Masters. Paper 148.
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