This specialization provides advanced study for individuals who work with adults in the capacity of instruction, administration, or community leadership within a variety of formal, non-formal, and informal settings throughout the world.
Each student's program includes study in core areas, research methods, electives, and a thesis or capping exercise.
Department Core Courses: Two courses are common to all master's specializations:
EDPS 580 - Contemporary Issues in Education: Perspective & Practice
EDPS 581 - Introduction to Evaluating Educational Research
Specialization Core Courses: Two courses form the core of the specialization:
EDPS 521 - Learning and Teaching at the Adult Level
EDPS 577 - Foundations of Adult and Higher Education
Options/Electives: Normally, all courses taken as part of the master's program must be at the graduate level (courses numbered 500 and above). In consultation with the program advisor, students are encouraged to take courses across the department or faculty.