The adult education minor focuses on helping students attain the skills needed to successfully lead educational efforts with adults in a variety of settings (e.g., business, nonprofit, community). Students complete a 10-hour core of classes (Introduction to Adult Education, Strategies of Adult Instruction, and Seminar and Field Experiences in Adult Education), plus 9 hours selected from a choice of electives.
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Typical Starting Positions
Community educator, professional developer, training specialist.