Coursework is based in practice, founded upon ideals of social justice, grounded in current research and theory, and employed across multiple disciplines. Graduates complement their areas of expertise with core knowledge of adult education, while human resource development graduates earn skills to support a more competitive workforce. The program offers these curricular options:
A 30-credit-hour program completed through online-based study in two years.
A 12-credit-hour program ideal for adult educators who want to complement their areas of expertise with a core knowledge of adult education.
A 12-credit-hour program that addresses the essential skills and competencies for professional human resource development practitioners.
Provides seamless entry for dietetics and nutrition students into the M.S. in Adult Education. Students can take up to 9 graduate credits during their senior year, enabling completion of the master's degree in one additional year past the bachelor's degree.
Offers qualified health and wellness undergraduates the opportunity to expedite the acquisition of the master’s of science in adult education degree. Students begin graduate coursework, at undergraduate tuition rates, in their senior years of study.
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