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About the Program
The program offers two certificates, one in Adult Learning and one in Community and Civic Engagement. Combine both to earn a master’s degree in as little as five semesters!
Through real-world practical experiences, you’ll learn how to design, implement and evaluate educational programs and activities that facilitate adult learning, collaboration and leadership. You’ll become an advocate for practices that foster respect for diversity, expand civic engagement and strengthen our democracy. As a capstone project, you’ll research and propose a solution to a real-world issue in your own field.
This program supports students who seek to develop foundational knowledge and initial skills, as well as professionals ready to deepen their understanding and experience. You’ll have the option to:
- Obtain a certificate in Adult Learning (15 credits)
- Obtain a certificate in Civic and Community Engagement (15 credits)
- Complete both certificates which results in an M.Ed in adult, community and professional education (30 credits)
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.
Master of Education Information Session
Monday, January 25, 2021 at 6 p.m.
Join Carroll education program faculty and admission counselors to learn more about the M.Ed program and admission process. Bring your questions!
This meeting will be held using Microsoft Teams, which can be accessed via Microsoft Edge or Google Chrome web browsers, or the Microsoft Teams app.