Graduates of this program will be prepared to:

  1. Apply knowledge related to the current research-based literature and trends in adult learning.
  2. Demonstrate the reflective teaching and learning skills needed by a professional in higher education and/or adult learning.
  3. Provide evidence of knowledge and skills necessary to evaluate, synthesize, and interpret educational research.
  4. Exhibit the ability to provide leadership via effective communication and use of technology.
  5. Articulate the impact of global interrelationships and affirm diversity in your own work in adult learning.
  6. Apply collaborative skills with a range of stakeholders in higher education and/or in adult learning organizations in order to effect positive social change.
  7. Demonstrate the ability to impact social change in adult education.

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