Learning Outcomes

Upon completion of the Master’s Degree in Adult Education and Training, students will have increased competence in:

  1. Applying adult development theory to adult education instruction, courses, and programs;
  2. Assessing diverse individual adult learner needs and aspirations and identifying appropriate learning experiences;
  3. Communicating effectively using multiple representations of information;
  4. Reading and interpreting published research;
  5. Analyzing and interpreting organizational behavior;
  6. Employing models as a tool in adult education in order to bring theories into daily practice;
  7. Utilizing a broad repertoire of instructional strategies;
  8. Planning, implementing and evaluating adult education instruction, courses, and programs;
  9. Developing equitable learning opportunities for all students in adult education instruction, courses and programs;
  10. Addressing ethical challenges through a framework that forms personal and organizational standards that are shaped by a belief in social justice, equity, and integrity; and
  11. Advocating for effective programs and services that support adult learners’ needs for continued growth and development.