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AOLL Master’s Curriculum and Sequencing

For Adult, Organizational Learning and Leadership master’s program, a minimum of 30 semester credits for the non-thesis option, or a minimum of 39 semester credits for the thesis option, is required. Up to 12 approved credits taken as a non-degree student may be transferred into a graduate program. Students considering transferring credits from other universities into a graduate program must contact their major professors for early advising and degree planning.

  • AOLL 507 (3 cr) Future of Education and Work

  • AOLL 510 (3 cr) Foundations of Human Resource Development

  • AOLL 574 (3 cr) Adult and Transformational Learning

  • AOLL 577 (3 cr) Organizational Development

  • AOLL 581 (3 cr) Theory, Practice and Challenges of Leadership

  • AOLL 583 (3 cr) Organizational Leadership

  • AOLL 526 (3 cr) Instructional Design and Curriculum or AOLL 528 (3 cr) Program Planning, Development and Evaluation

  • AOLL 560 (3 cr) Career Development in Organizations

  • AOLL 573 (3 cr) Adult Learners: Foundations and Characteristics

  • AOLL 575 (3 cr) Strategies for Facilitating Adult Learning

  • AOLL 504, 597, 598, 599 (1-6 variable cr) Special Topics, Practicum, Internship, Non-thesis Master’s Research

Research

  • AOLL 570 (3 cr) Introduction to Research in AOLL 

  • ED 571 (3 cr) Introduction to Quantitative Research

  • ED 574 (3 cr) Survey of Qualitative Research

  • ED 584 (3 cr) Univariate Quantitative Research in Education

  • ED 589 (3 cr) Theoretical Applications and Designs of Qualitative Research

  • AOLL 500 (6 cr) Thesis credits (required)

Contact

Mailing Address:
College of Education, Health and Human Sciences
University of Idaho
875 Perimeter Drive
Moscow, Idaho 83844-3087

Phone: 208-292-2519

Fax: 208-292-2544

Email: katheriner@uidaho.edu

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