The Facilitating Adult Learning graduate certificate will provide students with theoretical knowledge and practical skills to effectively design and deliver instruction for adult learners within their unique settings. Teaching the adult learner requires a different skill set from teaching the younger K-12 student. This skill set includes the art of facilitation. Facilitating allows faculty and students to become co-learners in the educational setting.
Effective Spring 2018
Additional coursework may be required due to prerequisites.
|EDAE 620||Processes and Methods||3|
|EDAE 624||Adult Teaching and Learning I||3|
|EDAE 639||Instructional Design||3|
|Choose one elective below:||3|
|Education-Adult Education and Training|
|Assessment and Evaluation in Adult Education|
|Cognitive Theory and Learning Transfer|
|Principles of Supervision and Evaluation|
|Multicultural and Special Populations|
|The Community College|
|Community College Curriculum|
|Education-Organizational Learning Performance and Change|
|Human Resource Development|
|Education-Counseling and Career Development|
|Career and Employment Concepts|
|Teaching English as a Foreign/Second Language|
|Program Total Credits:||12|
*This certificate may have courses in common with other graduate certificates. A student may earn more than one certificate, but a given course may be counted only in one certificate.