School of Education

Faculty/Staff Profiles





Phillip H. McGee

Program Coordinator of the Human Resource Development program

Office:
Phone: 864-250-6710
Email: pmcgee@clemson.edu
Vita: Click Here
Personal Website: http://www.clemson.edu/~pmcgee

Educational Background

Ed.D. Higher Education Administration
Indiana University 1978

M.Ed. School Administration and Supervision
University of Miami 1973

M.S. Instructional Systems Technology
Indiana University 1979

B.A. Sociology and Science Education
Wofford College 1971

Profile

Prior to joining the Education faculty at Clemson University, I served as a public school teacher, fine arts administrator, instructional designer, consultant, small business owner, college administrator, adjunct professor of HRD, and regional director of doctoral programs in business. During the years I was in business I created some of the first OSHA compliance computer based training; developed the first free safety training site on the internet which trains over 10,000 people per week to this day… http://www.free-training.com . As regional director for doctoral programs in Business for Nova Southeastern University, I was responsible for marketing, student advising, and directing dissertations. Currently I am the program coordinator for the Masters program in HRD, a small academic unit composed of two tenure track professors and adjuncts. My greatest challenge has been to redesign and modernize the curriculum, develop on-line courses and to insure that we support the vision for Clemson to one day become a top 20 doctoral granting research university.

Courses Taught

HRD 820 Human Performance Improvement
HRD 830 Concepts of HRD
HRD 847 Instructional Systems Design
HRD 880 Research Concepts and Skills
HRD 890 Human Performance Improvement Instrumentation
HRD 870 Consulting for Education & Industry
HRD 845 Needs Assessment
HRD 849 Evaluation of Training and Development
HRD 860 Instructional Materials Development
HRD 897 Applied Research and Development
HRD 825 Organizational Performance Improvement
HRD 882 Knowledge Management for Improved Performance

Research Interests

Corporate Universities; Leadership; Organizational Development; Instructional Design, Human Performance Improvement, Creativity and Innovation, Spirituality.