School of Continuing and Professional Studies > Academics > Graduate Programs > Applied Professional Studies (MA) > Educating Adults Track
In the Educating Adults track of the Master of Arts in Applied Professional Studies (MA), you’ll deepen your knowledge in the field of educating adults in professional, academic or community settings.
As you gain skills in the process and practice of adult learning, you’ll become equipped with the latest tools in instructional technology, course and training design, learning facilitation, internet-based practices and emerging trends.
Our master’s in adult education online program is grounded in current research and best practices in adult education and learning theory. You’ll also deepen your knowledge and skills in:
This master's in adult education online program is for a wide range of professionals and educators of all types, including trainers, coaches and managers. To help support your busy schedule, courses for this program are offered at our downtown campus or online.
Located in the heart of Chicago, you’ll learn from a community of dynamic educators and industry leaders, while expanding your professional network with peers and alumni in a world-class city. Here, your coursework will combine current educational theory and real-world experience. You’ll learn from leading scholars who are at the forefront of thought in education. And with their help, you’ll take your life and career to the next level.
Applications are reviewed on a revolving basis by the Graduate Admission Committee.
Submit an online application, official transcripts, résumé or curriculum vitae and interview with a faculty mentor.
You will complete a minimum of 52 graduate credit hours, including nine Educating Adults track courses.
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