The Master of Arts program in Adult and Community Education (ACE) is designed to develop educational leaders in various non-formal instructional settings. ACE graduates work in business and industry, hospitals and health-related institutions, community agencies, governmental offices, the military, religious organizations, voluntary associations, and many other human services organizations. Students are encouraged to relate theory to practice in their specific areas of interest. The ACE program offers a sound balance of academic preparation, practical field experience and individual research.
Professional preparation for students in adult and community education is realized through helping them develop:
In addition to the regular School of Graduate Studies and Research requirements, applicants for the M.A. in Adult and Community Education are required to submit a resume. The program can be completed on line.
*A comprehensive examination is required for non-thesis option students.
†ACE 745 is recommended as an elective for thesis option students.
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