The Master of Science degree in Adult Education requires a minimum of thirty-six (36) graduate credit hours. This degree offers two program options for students, thesis or non-thesis. Both tracks provide knowledge, skills, and dispositions in selected concentration areas.
Research Concentration (Thesis Option)
In lieu of taking the master's comprehensive examination, thesis candidates will defend their completed research before their respective faculty advisor committee.
In consultation with his or her advisor, the learner may elect to pursue a designated practice concentration or develop a unique concentration from among university-wide course offerings that are tailored to his or her career interests and goals.
- Community Education
- Higher Education
- Human Resource Development
- Instructional Technology
- Community College Teaching
- Certificate in Community College Teaching
The Adult Education Program also offers a Community College Teaching Certificate. For more information about the certificate, please contact Dr. Geleana Drew Alston.