As an adult trainer, I remain challenged, engaged and empowered by both my students and my clients. People are any organization’s greatest assets, and I am thrilled to be in the ‘people’ development and care business!
Adult Education and Training’s online master’s degree is the perfect choice for professionals who want to turn subject matter expertise into a fulfilling career as an educator, coach, consultant, or trainer.
Our core curriculum gives you a foundation in instructional design, pedagogy, adult learning theories and program evaluation. You’ll learn how to develop high performing learners and improve workplace performance in any environment.
Whether you are interested in training in the workplace or educating adults in higher education, our flexible online curriculum lets you focus on your career interests:
With our online program, you can choose where you connect. A non-cohort program means you determine how many credits to take. You’ll be able to build relationships with fellow educators and trainers through networking opportunities.
Our master’s degree in adult education and training will prepare you to work in:
Community of Inquiry – Cognitive Presence | Supporting Discourses through Practical Inquiry from CDLI at Seattle U on Vimeo.
In the above video, Kevin Roessger, Assistant Professor in the Adult Education & Training (AEDT) program, discusses his interpretation of the Practical Inquiry Model and its role in their digital and face-to-face classrooms.
The post-master's Certificate in Community College Teaching prepares individuals who already have a master's degree and want to teach in a subject area offered by community colleges.
Learn more about our AEDT program over drinks and appetizers with program faculty, current students and alumni.