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Ralph A. K.
Master of Business Administration
Adult Education Degree - Bachelor of Science
Major Requirements (36 Credit Hours)
(All courses are 4 credit hours)
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AEDU 301 Foundations of Continuing Education and Training
This course will cover the underlying issues and concerns faced by adult learners. It will provide the basic knowledge and skills for students involved in adult education and/or training. AEDU 301 will also help students gain a better understanding of how continuing education and training leads to improved performance in the classroom and the workplace.
AEDU 311 Adult Learning Theory
This course examines adult learning theory as it applies to factors that influence and facilitate adult participation and learning. This course also explores how differences influence learning, motivation, and curriculum development.
AEDU 321 Learning Styles Fundamentals
In this course, students will examine research related to learning styles and implications for curriculum and instruction. Students will gain insights to their own learning styles and will develop an understanding of various learning styles and how they relate to their own teaching style. This course will provide educators with concepts and tools to work with a variety of student learning styles. It will help them expand their repertoires and create inclusive learning environments for their students.
AEDU 331 Critical Thinking and Evaluation
This course challenges students to become more aware of their thought processes, helps them develop those processes, and helps them hone the skills necessary to engage in critical thinking behavior. Students will gain knowledge regarding their own critical thinking capabilities, as well as develop skills to help their constituents engage in critical thinking.
AEDU 341 Classroom Instructional Methods and Delivery
This course will provide an overview of delivery and facilitation skills necessary when working with small and large groups. Looks at how to develop and deliver successful learning outcomes and presentations utilizing various methods and approaches.
AEDU 401 Electronic Instructional Methods and Delivery
This course will provide an overview of the most recent technologies that are available to design and deliver effective learning programs for adults. It explores the benefits and limitations of various online learning techniques utilizing different online teaching instruction, and helps students determine the most appropriate applications for their forum.
AEDU 411 Learning Assessment and Evaluation
In this course, students will discover more about the evaluation process. They will engage in developing learning outcomes, objectives, and will develop processes to assess and evaluate their curriculum to determine if learning objectives and outcomes have been reached.
AEDU 421 Instructional Design Process
In this course, students will learn to determine the most appropriate methods necessary for designing educational/training processes to maximize the learning experiences and performance outcomes. This course focuses on assessing and improving teacher performance through instructional and non-instructional methods, utilizing active learning techniques, and engaging students both in class and online.
AEDU 431 Instructional Design Strategies
In this course, students will learn how to apply the instructional design process and will integrate their ideas to develop instructional design strategies to create their own instructional methods and materials. They will also examine ways in which to assess student learning and their instructional strategies. At the completion of AEDU 421 and 431 students will have created or revamped a training or instructional program or course utilizing the process and strategies they have learned.
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