CITY UNIVERSITY OF SEATTLE LAUNCHES A MASTER OF EDUCATION IN ADULT LEARNING
Bellevue, WA – May 15, 2012 – Today, City University of Seattle (CityU) announced it has launched a g Master of Education (M.Ed.) in Adult Learning. Classes begin in October 2012. The M.Ed. in Adult Learning program is uniquely designed for professionals who teach adults and want to expand their expertise to integrate current theory and best practices. Offered entirely online, this program is flexible around a full-time work schedule.
As with every program at CityU, the goal is for students to be able to apply what they learn the very next day. Students in this program will learn how to integrate technology, apply traditional and non-traditional teaching techniques, and engage with adult learners in a variety of ways. Instructional and curriculum design, e-learning techniques, and evaluation methods are just a few of the topics taught within this Master’s program. Students will be studying in the environment that adult learners will need and demand in the future.
“The training landscape is changing,” says Kelly Flores, the Program Lead for the M.Ed. in Adult Learning program. “We have carefully designed this program to ensure that trainers and adult educators are well–equipped to prepare today’s workforce for tomorrow’s workplace challenges.”
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