M.Ed. Adult Teaching and Learning Track Plan of Study
(32 SH Credits)
The M.Ed. core will provide foundational study and application of concepts in Topics and Trends in Education, Organizational Leadership, Diversity and Societal Change, Grant Writing, Law and Ethics, and Research Methods (General).
The M.Ed. Adult Teaching and Learning track allows graduate students to develop knowledge in adult learning theories while designing and applying educational research specific to their area of expertise. Students also learn how to lead and collaborate within professional learning environments. Graduates of this track tend to seek leadership roles within their professional organizations. Some graduates lead professional development sessions while others plan to teach adult learners in a higher education setting. This track does not lead to additional teacher licensure.
M.Ed. Graduate Core (16 SH Credits)
EDUC 507 Research Methods (3 SH Credits)
EDUC 501 Topics and Trends in Education (2 SH Credits)
EDUC 506 Educational Law and Ethics (2 SH Credits)
EDUC 508 Organizational Leadership (3 SH Credits)
EDUC 510 Diversity and Societal Change (3 SH Credits)
EDUC 545 Grant Writing (3 SH Credits)
Adult Teaching and Learning Core (16 SH Credits)
EDUC 512 Adult Learning Theory (3 SH Credits)
EDUC 513 Active Adult Learning Strategies (4 SH Credits)
EDUC 520 Program Development (3 SH Credits)
EDUC 515 Program Evaluation (3 SH Credits)
EDUC 569 Action Research (3 SH Credits)
Adult Teaching and Learning Track Course Descriptions
(Total 32 SH credits, including the M.Ed. Graduate Core)
Please contact the Division of Education for further information or to ask program admission questions: firstname.lastname@example.org, 701-788-4710.