Jason Olson, Deseret News archives
LOGAN — Utah State University's Jon M. Huntsman School of Business this month will launch a new online Master of Science in Human Resources degree program. The program will offer 12, seven-week courses and is designed to help students living in rural areas advance their careers in human resources.
"Utah State University has offered distance education for more than 25 years," said Douglas D. Anderson, dean of the Jon M. Huntsman School of Business. "By first utilizing a broadcast network and now through online platforms, USU is meeting the needs of Utah's students who are unable to attend an on-campus program."
Dallas-based Academic Partnerships will provide the technology, marketing, student recruitment and faculty support for the business school's new program. Course materials will be delivered through Canvas learning management system.
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