Instructional Systems Technology

Ph.D. Minor in Adult Education

The Adult Education Doctoral minor is designed for individuals seeking to expand their knowledge of the field of adult education during their doctoral coursework.

Minor Requirements

Required Courses (9 cr.)
Select three courses from the following:

  • D500 Introduction to Adult Education Theory (3 cr.)
  • D505 Adult Learning through the Lifespan (3 cr.)
  • D506 Adult Education Planning and Development (3 cr.)
  • D512 Seminar in Forms and Forces of Adult Education (3 cr.)

Additional Advanced Courses (3 cr.)
Select one course from the following:

  • D600 Seminar in Teaching-Learning Transaction in Adult Education (3 cr.)
  • D625 Topical Seminar in Adult Education (1-3 cr.)
  • Other advanced Adult Education elective courses selected in consultation with your advisor (3 cr.)

The doctoral minor in Adult Education does not require a minor qualifying exam.

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