The University of Wisconsin-Platteville Master of Science in Organizational Change Leadership program has reaffirmed its commitment to providing multiple avenues for students to join and thrive in the online master’s program. In April, the university renewed agreements on accepting professional credit transfers from multiple industry leaders.
The agreements make it easier for students to achieve a 100% online master’s degree from UW-Platteville and affirm the quality of the certifications offered by the professional organizations. The renewed transfer credits include:
- Association for Change Management Professionals: Completing the Certified Change Management Professional (CCMP) equates to three graduate-level credits in place of the OCL 7330 Organizational Change Leadership: Theory and Practice course.
- American Society of Training and Development: Completing the Certified Professional in Learning and Performance (CPLP) equates to three 5000-level graduate elective credits in the M.S. in Organizational Change Leadership program.
- Human Resource Certification Institute: Completion of either the Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR) or Global Professional in Human Resources (GPHR) equates to six graduate-level elective credits (three 5000-level graduate elective credits and three 7000-level graduate elective credits) in the M.S. in Organizational Change Leadership program. In addition, completion of the Professional in Human Resources (PHR) certification equates to three 5000-level graduate elective credits in the M.S. in Organizational Change Leadership program.
“In our rapidly changing environment, everybody must grow and adapt. The recommitment to these partnerships signals an understanding that personal and professional growth comes in many forms,” said M.S. in Organizational Change Leadership program coordinator Caryn Stanley. “Additionally, these partnerships provide program leadership with mechanisms to ensure that the M.S. in Organizational Change Leadership degree and curriculum remains cutting edge and competitive at reasonable costs.”
The renewed agreements will extend for another three years. Students must meet all UW-Platteville admission requirements to take advantage of these opportunities.
UW-Platteville maintains several similar degree-driven transfer agreements with institutions nationwide. To learn more about the 10 master’s degrees offered entirely online through the University of Wisconsin-Platteville, visit Go.UWPlatt.edu/Graduate, call 800.362.5460, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.