Adult and Higher Education MEd, Higher Education Emphasis
The M.Ed. in Adult & Higher Education is intended for
- faculty and other educators who want to improve their adult teaching skills;
- persons who occupy and seek to advance into administrative or management positions in a variety of educational settings; and
- others who work with adults in a variety of agencies.
The degree program includes courses in foundations, curriculum and teaching (including distance learning), organization and administration, research, and electives so that students can create an emphasis area to fit their career goals. To help address student interests, special topic seminars are offered from time to time. An internship in the student’s emphasis area is a required exit experience. Students elect either the adult education or higher education emphasis area.
This degree program follows the policies of The College of Education and the Graduate School relating to admissions, academic standards, residency, transfer credit, time limitations, and thesis options (see Graduate Study in the Bulletin). The minimum number of hours required for the M.Ed. degree is 32 credit hours.
|HIGHERED 6473||Curriculum in Higher Education||3|
|HIGHERED 6474||The College Student||3|
|HIGHERED 6476||Organization and Administration of Higher Education||3|
|HIGHERED 6477||History and Philosophy of American Higher Education||3|
|ED REM 6710||Educational Research Methods and Design||3|
|Choose five of the following courses:||15|
|Current Issues in Higher Education|
|Financial Issues in Higher Education|
|Governance of Higher Education|
|Legal Issues in Student Affairs|
|Ethics in Higher Education Administration|
HIGHER ED 6422
HIGHER ED 6430