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Adult Education Certificate

An Adult Education certificate will help you in aquiring new knowledge in the area of human resource development and literacy education for adult learners. This graduate certificate will supplement previous educational experiences by building a foundation in adult education. By focusing on the characteristics of adult learners, you will become acquainted with effective methods in the profession, as well as principles and theories.

Industry Highlights

The demand for Adult Basic educators is expected to rise, with an expected 41,890 new jobs to fill by 2018.

- Recruiter.com

Career Opportunities

  • Adult Basic Education
  • Corporate or Business Training
  • Social Services
  • Human Resources
  • Occupational Preparation
  • Community Development

Armstrong Edge

Current students take advantage of this popular and versatile certificate because it offers opportunities to a variety of career fields.

NEWS:

Read More Represent the College of Education: Student Scholars Symposium

(February 17, 2017) The 23rd Annual Student Scholars Symposium will be held on April 19-20, 2017.

Read More College of Education Brown Bag Lecture Series | Spring 2017

(February 17, 2017) The Bryan County Schools Superintendent, Dr. Paul Brooksher, and Assistant Superintendent of Teaching and Learning, Dr. Brad Anderson, will be discussing employment opportunities in Bryan County. 

Read More APPLY NOW 2017-2018 Armstrong Scholarships

(February 09, 2017) The deadline to submit your 2017-18 Armstrong Scholarship Application is fast approaching! 

Read More Free Start Strong, Start Now Minimester Registration Event on Feb. 17

(February 13, 2017) – Kick start your career in information technology, business economics, health science or another exciting field with this one-day registration event for new students. Complete an application, be admitted and sign up for the upcoming minimester all on the same day. All application fees will be waived for this event. Click through for additional details.

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