Welcome to Professional Development Studies
Today's worker is faced not only with ever-increasing technological challenges, but also with the need for applied instruction in a variety of skills, ranging from customer service to personal success issues such as time management. The Professional Development Studies Department houses short, topic- and performance-based workplace learning courses designed to help employers and employees succeed.
Program Student Learning Outcomes
Explain key workplace principles and practices and apply them in an organizational context.
Define, analyze and solve workplace-related problems and issues.
Demonstrate the skills and behaviors that organizational members need to contribute to effective and efficient organizations.
Utilize best practices of workplace behavior to support the optimal operation of organizations.
Coordinator and Office
Diane Hollems, Dean
(Wake Center, Room 1, 683-8281)
Shelly Dixon, Professional Development Center Coordinator
(Wake Center, Room 2, 683-8283)
Susan Block (Wake Center, Room 1)
Jill Scala (Wake Center, Room 1)