Adult Basic Education
Adult/Organizational Learning & Leadership
Are you committed to a career that helps educationally disadvantaged adults become self-sufficient, contributing members of their workplace, family, and community, and want to improve your teaching skills? Or, are you interested in becoming and Adult Basic Education (ABE) instructor, facilitator, or coordinator to help adults earn their GED, take English as a Second Language, and/or prepare to attend college?
Designed for working professionals, this five course graduate certificate can also be applied to a masters or doctorate degree in Adult/Organizational Learning & Leadership. As a matter of fact, upon completion of the certificate program, you'll be nearly halfway to a masters degree. And you can do it all online if you choose.
Curriculum: Courses typically offered at least once during each academic year; may be taken in any order
AOLL 501 - Foundations of Adult Basic Education (3 cr)
AOLL 528 - Program Planning, Development & Evaluation (3 cr)
AOLL 573 - Adult Learners: Foundations & Characteristics (3 cr)
AOLL 575 - Strategies for Facilitating Adult & Organizational Learning (3 cr)
AOLL 576 - Communication Skills for Adults in a Diverse World (3 cr)