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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:

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New book by Professor of Education Brenda Logan. The book, What’s Management Got to Do with it?, chronicles vital topics, such as, getting to know learners, common mistakes made in management, what to do when you want to give up, what retired educators shared, how to cope on tough days, and understanding parents.

Read More Armstrong in the Czech Republic

(August 15 2016) The Armstrong faculty and students were invited guests to a speech given by Mr. Sharpiro to the faculty of the University of South Bohemia. Armstrong will host ten Czech students and two faculty from USB who will be on our campus in September to learn more about our local public schools and our university.

Read More Armstrong Director of International Education to be Knighted by the French Ministry of Education

(April 21, 2016) – Armstrong State University Director of International Education Dr. Dorothée Mertz-Weigel will be knighted by the French Ministry of Education in a ceremony to be held at Armstrong in February 2017.

Read More James Loewen Presentation

The College of Education and Department of History cordially invite you to attend a presentation by James Loewen.

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