Colorado State University offers participants the opportunity to become an educator capable of facilitating adult education through the Adult Education and Training program. The program prepares individuals to plan and teach adult learners in postsecondary, community and corporate settings.
The Adult Education and Training program is offered as a specialization through a Master of Education degree in Education and Human Resources Studies at Colorado State.
Through the program, individuals will learn to successfully administer and deliver a wide range of training and educational programs. Courses focus on program development and evaluation, adult learning theory, instructional methods and electives designed to build on the learners own areas of expertise.
"The program aims to develop the skills of professional adult learning facilitators through a current, progressive and comprehensive curriculum," said Don Quick, program coordinator. "Upon completion, students will be prepared to work in a variety of diverse environments as critically reflective teachers who continue to grow and appreciate the lifelong learning aspects of the profession."
For specific program requirements and further information about Adult Education and Training at Colorado State go to http://soe.cahs.colostate.edu/Graduate/MEd/AET/ or contact Quick at (970) 491-4683 or firstname.lastname@example.org.