Adult Education MEd

Master of Education in Adult Education

An Adult Education degree will prepare you to enter positions associated with facilitating knowledge or skills through instruction or training. Our graduate program is designed to teach you how to effectively transmit knowledge to adults, while assisting you in building upon your existing expertise to help you toward advancement in many community and corporate settings. At Armstrong, we will provide you with the necessary skills to excel in the professions of adult education. 

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
  • Higher Education
  • Human Resources
  • Occupational Preparation
  • Community Development

Armstrong Edge

Current students take advantage of this popular and versatile degree because it offers opportunities to a variety of career fields, along with the fact that Armstrong is one of the very few state institutions that offer this particular program. 


Leaders as Readers: Armstrong Students Collaborate With East Broad Street School to Promote Literacy

Middle school student leaders at East Broad Street School in Savannah are sharing their passion for literacy with other students through the Teens for Literacy program.

Read More College of Education and Savannah Chatham County Public Schools Launch Professional Development Initiative

(November 9, 2015) - Armstrong’s College of Education recently announced plans to partner with the Savannah Chatham County Public School System to establish a Professional Development School initiative at Hesse K-8 School.

Read More Professors and Students Travel to the Czech Republic

(July 14, 2015) – Dr. Patrick Thomas and Kathleen Fabrikant, both associate professors of education at Armstrong State University, recently led a group of education majors in a study abroad program at the University of South Bohemia (USB) in the Czech Republic. 

Read More Two Professors Selected as 2015 Governor’s Teaching Fellows

(June 11, 2015) — Armstrong State University Assistant Professor of Childhood and Exceptional Student Education Anne Katz and Assistant Professor of Mathematics Tricia M. Brown were recently selected as 2015 Governor’s Teaching Fellows for the Summer Symposium program at the University of Georgia.

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