A Minor in Adult and Organizational Development (AOD), offered by the Department of Policy, Organizational and Leadership Studies, can complement a range of existing majors across Temple, including, among others: Human Resource Management, Psychology, Education, Business Management, Communication Management, and Social Work. The AOD minor can open up expanded career opportunities for students through our applied focus on organizational skill development, training and adult learning.
Campus Location: Main
Undergraduate Advising, College of Education and Human Development
Armando Estrada, Program Coordinator
The minor in Adult and Organizational Development consists of 15 credit hours in Adult & Organizational Development coursework.
Students must complete the following courses:
|AOD 1016||Introduction to Adult Learning and Training||3|
|AOD 1166||Interpersonal Processes through the Life Span||3|
|AOD 2176||Team Process in Education||3|
|AOD 2214||Conflict Processes||3|
|Select one of the following:||3|
|Mediation: Principles and Practice|
|Skill Building for Social Entrepreneurship and Community Engagement|
|Total Credit Hours||15|
All courses must be completed with a minimum grade of C-.