If you work as an administrator, manager, or educator in the field of training, planning, health care, nonprofit, or higher education, a master of arts in adult and community education is a desired credential in this growing job market.
According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, jobs in adult education management and teaching are expected to grow between 15-18 percent through 2018. Average salaries in 2010 numbers range from $46,530 for adult education instructors to $83,710 for postsecondary administrators in adult and community education roles.
The field is growing because organizations are prioritizing training programs in the workplace to help increase employees' professional development and retention. Plus, there is increased needs for adult and community educators in corporations and community organizations.Our program will help you learn enhanced concepts and competencies in designing, implementing, and evaluating educational programs for adults in a variety of public and private educational settings. The program provides you with an understanding of how educational, social, political, and economic systems interface with communities. The program develops individuals who are committed to fostering learning as a lifelong process and in creating learning organizations and societies. Mode of Delivery All except two courses in this program can be taken online. Two of the core courses can be taken in on-site courses on our main campus in Muncie, Indiana, or in the greater Indianapolis area.
Academic Advisor Ruby Cain, EdD Department of Educational Studies Next StepsCheck out degree requirements for the program. If you are curious about transferring credits from another institution, contact Dr. Ruby Cain, advisor, who will help you with that determination.
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