Adult Education (AED)

AED-354 Adult Ed HR Principles& Philosophy Trng (3 credits)

Using varied frameworks for observation in adult-education settings, the student identifies and reflects on components of instructional design. In the seminar held on campus, studentsuse skills of analysis, valuing, and social interaction in development of the theory and practice of teaching adults.

AED-488 Adult Education HR Program Training (3 credits)

In this course the student learns the educational principles, methods, and strategies to effect human-resource development programs in a specific profession. By implementing these concepts into practical adult-development programs, students enhance management and supervisory skills, as well as training and teaching competence. Students analyzes how to apply social interaction, communication, problem-solving, and analytical abilities to supervisory and training situations.

AED-490 Adult Education HR Practicum Training (3 credits)

The student integrates the knowledge of adult education with a major area of study. In extended teaching experiences, students apply the abilities of analysis, valuing, and social interaction to learning environments for adults.

Prerequisite(s): AED-354, HED-354 or MGT-354 , AED-488, HED-488 or MGT-488