International Society for Performance Improvement

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Credits Toward an MBA with Concentration in Human Performance Technology

Human Performance Technology delivers analysis of present and desired levels of performance, identifies the causes for performance gaps, offers a wide range of interventions to improve performance, guides the change management process, and evaluates results.

Learn about the MBA with Concentration in Human Performance Technology

Excelsior College has reviewed and approved several educational programs offered by the International Society for Performance Improvement (ISPI) toward the 9 graduate credits required for this concentration.

ISPI Educational Programs

Students wishing to earn graduate credit from approved ISPI educational programs must submit a work sample of sufficient depth to demonstrate an acceptable understanding and mastery of the subject matter and practical application of knowledge. The project will be reviewed and graded by the ISPI instructor and forwarded to Excelsior College for review and concurrence.

If you took any of the ISPI educational programs below after January 1, 2005, Excelsior College will grant retroactive credit upon successful completion of all requirements. To receive credit from Excelsior College you must submit a transcript request to ISPI who will then forward the approved transcript to Excelsior College.

The qualifying ISPI educational programs are:

HPT Institutes
Principles and Practices of Performance Improvement 3 credits
Making the Transition to Performance Improvement 3 credits
Professional Series Workshops
Introduction to Serious Performance Consulting 2 credits
Implementation: Sustaining Initiatives 2 credits
Workshops
Evaluation of Training: Making Sense of the Morass and Building Sensible, Practical Useful Approaches 2 credits
Business-Driven Strategic Planning for Learning Development 2 credits
Connecting Human Performance Improvement Interventions to Business Goals 1 credit
Measuring Human Capital 2 credits
Change, Choices, and Consequences: Ensuring Useful Performance System Improvement
One day version
1 credit
Change, Choices, and Consequences: Ensuring Useful Performance System Improvement
Three day version
3 credits

 

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