Adult Education

Degree Offered: M.S.

The Adult Education program is designed to prepare effective adult educators who will become change agents within local and international communities.  Curricular experiences emphasize the historical, philosophical, and socio-cultural foundations of adult education with a special focus on the Black Diaspora.  Graduates are prepared to work as community activists, agency supervisors/directors, program planners, program facilitators/planners, community leaders/organizers, directors of professional organizations, media organizers, and many other community roles.  The Adult Education program follows the professional standards devised by the Commission of Professors of Adult Education.

Additional Admission Requirements:

  • Professional portfolio
  • Written sample




Contact Information

College of Education
Department of Leadership Studies & Adult Education

Graduate Coordinator: Geleana Alston
Phone(336) 282-2510

Department Chair: Geleana Alston
Phone(336) 282-2510

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