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Learning doesn't stop at age 18 with a high school diploma, or even at age 22 with a college degree. It's a lifelong process. That's especially true today, as adults return to the classroom as students—expanding their professional skills and knowledge base, earning additional degrees, or even switching career paths.
Teaching an adult population requires a different approach from teaching P-12 students.
Our Adult Education and Training degree program gives you the tools you need to enhance adult learning.
You'll focus on methods and techniques for engaging adult learners in a corporate training or community college setting, or any other academic or recreational instructional environment.
The course work emphasizes adult learning theory, the needs of diverse learners, critical issues and trends in adult education and training, instructional design and strategies, the use of technologies as well as assessment and learning. You'll also focus on coaching and mentoring, e-learning and instructional web design technologies.
Be a part of a lifetime of learning for today's adult learners. Enroll today in our Master of Arts in Education/Adult Education and Training degree program.
Our Education degree programs are designed to serve the needs of initial and experienced P-12 teachers, and adult educators who want to enhance their knowledge and practice of adult learning theory.
The Master of Arts in Education/Adult Education and Training is an adult education-focused degree and does not lead to certification or licensure in P-12 settings. Individual program offerings vary by state, and not all programs are available at all locations or in both online and on-campus modalities.