AUSTIN - The University of Texas (UT) has a new master's degree through the College of Liberal Arts where it will offer business students insight into the human side of their profession.
The new Master of Arts degree, Human Dimensions of Organizations, is a four-semester degree plan that draws on Liberal Arts disciplines to teach students in business and nonprofits how to better understand the people inside and outside their organizations.
The degree program will receive its first group of students in fall 2013. Classes will be offered twice a month on Friday evenings and Saturdays at the UT campus.
According to the program’s website, most graduate students will be employed full time with most having five to ten years of professional experience.
The degree will be the first in the United States to offer this type of specialized training.
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