Adult and Organizational Learning

Degree:
  • Certificate
Location: Charlotte
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Why Adult and Organizational Learning?

The Graduate Certificate in Adult and Organizational Learning is designed to allow students to gain foundational knowledge and expertise in adult learning, needs assessment, and program review.

From globalization to technology, economic volatility to talent management, there is an increasing need to educate today’s workforce for competitive advantage. To meet these needs, trainers, executive development professionals, human resource managers, and educators must stay current in adult and organizational learning. The Graduate Certificate in Adult and Organizational Learning is designed to allow participants to gain expertise in the methods and models available for instruction, delivery channels, and overall program development.


What you'll study

General Requirements

Graduate Certificate in Adult and Organizational Learning General Requirements

Required Core Courses

EDU 6319 - How People Learn
4.00
EDU 6323 - Technology as a Medium for Learning
4.00
EDU 6324 - Competencies, Assessment, and Learning Analytics
4.00

Complete one of the following:

EDU 6321 - Models for Learning Design
4.00
EDU 6331 - E-Learning Design as a Collaborative Profession
4.00
EDU 6340 - Learning Analytics Concepts and Theories
4.00
EDU 6450 - The Globalization of Education
4.00

This program requires successful completion of a minimum of 16 credit hours that meet the degree requirements.

Did You Know?

9% — Expected increase in jobs for adult education teachers by 2022 (Bureau of Labor Statistics, 2015).

Options

Students have the option to take the MEd program with three concentration options, or the MEd in Higher Education Administration, to ensure the coursework aligns with their professional goals.

Average Time to Completion

1 year

Commitment

Part-Time

Entry Terms

Fall
Spring
Summer
Winter

Meets F-1 Visa Requirements

No