Learning can occur anywhere, which means teachers are everywhere. Carroll University’s Adult, Community and Professional Education program recognizes that teaching happens throughout life, and will prepare you for any number of roles in which leadership and education skills are critical.
This program seeks to develop leaders, in the workplace and in the community. It is ideally suited for you if you’re a professional in management, human resources, training, civic engagement, advocacy, or other positions where you deal with and lead other adults. Our Adult, Community and Professional Education (ACPE) program will provide you with the most current information on theory, research and practice. You’ll explore adult education issues related to learning, curriculum planning, evaluation and administration while researching and completing projects relevant to a variety of professional, civic and educational settings.
The program offers two certificates, one in Adult Learning and one in Community and Civic Engagement. Combine both to earn a master’s degree!
This five-course sequence provides students with an understanding of adults as learners.
This five-course sequence focuses on civic studies, which sees the citizen as a “creative agent,” who through public work, engages with others to promote civic renewal in communities.
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