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MASTER OF SCIENCE IN ADULT EDUCATION Focus Areas 1. College Leadership and Administration 2. Continuing and Community Education 3. Educational Gerontology and Lifelong Learning 4. Compensatory Education (Teaching Adults with Disabilities) Scholarly Engagement Students and faculty have published in the following top-tier journals in the field of adult education: Adult Education Quarterly: A Journal of Research and Theory Adult Learning Studies in the Education of Adults In addition, faculty serve as editors and reviewers for these academic journals. Students and faculty are active members of professional organizations and present at various local, national and international academic conferences, including: American Association for Adult and Continuing Education (AAACE) Adult Education Research Conference (AERC) Adult Higher Education Alliance (AHEA) Commission of Professors of Adult Education (CPAE) North Carolina Adult Education Association (NCAEA Faculty recently published chapters in the textbook “No Small Lives: Handbook of North American Early Women Adult Educators, 1925-1950.” Post-Graduation Placement Graduates have continued their education and obtained doctoral degrees in the following programs: PhD in Leadership Studies (North Carolina A&T State University) EdD in Adult and Community Education (North Carolina State University) PhD in Adult, Professional and Community Education (Texas State University) PhD in Adult Education (Pennsylvania State University) PhD in Adult Education (University of South Florida) PhD in Adult Education Leadership (Walden University) Employment Opportunities Graduates of the Master of Science in Adult Education program find employment in a variety of educational contexts, including: Community-based organizations (e.g., adult literacy, ESL, GED, adult high school) Religious Institutions Corporate training and development Older adult learning environments Social services Governmental and nongovernmental agencies Workforce development Cultural institutions (e.g., museums and libraries, planetariums, zoological parks, aquariums) Compensatory education Correctional institutions Higher education institutions Cooperative extension Professional and voluntary associations The Master of Science in Adult Education degree is designed for individuals who desire to become effective adult educators and change agents within local, regional, national and international communities. Graduates are prepared to work as teachers, program developers and evaluators, or administrators in order to enrich the learning capabilities of adults through educational programs in various settings. A signature component of our program is that curricular experiences emphasize the historical, philosophical, and socio-cultural foundations of adult education with a special focus on the Black Diaspora. Ranked #13 Adult Education program nationwide by Graduateprograms.com! For More Information Program Coordinator Dr. Geleana Alston [email protected] 336-285-4385 North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University [email protected] • 336-285-2366 https://graduateadmissions.ncat.edu THE GRADUATE COLLEGE
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MASTER OF SCIENCE IN

ADULT EDUCATIONFocus Areas

1. College Leadership and Administration2. Continuing and Community Education3. Educational Gerontology and Lifelong Learning4. Compensatory Education (Teaching Adults with Disabilities)

Scholarly Engagement

Students and faculty have published in the following top-tier journals in the field of adult education:• Adult Education Quarterly: A Journal of Research and Theory• Adult Learning• Studies in the Education of AdultsIn addition, faculty serve as editors and reviewers for these academic journals.

Students and faculty are active members of professional organizations and present at various local, national and international academic conferences, including:

• American Association for Adult and Continuing Education (AAACE)• Adult Education Research Conference (AERC)• Adult Higher Education Alliance (AHEA)• Commission of Professors of Adult Education (CPAE)• North Carolina Adult Education Association (NCAEA

Faculty recently published chapters in the textbook “No Small Lives: Handbook of North American Early Women Adult Educators, 1925-1950.”

Post-Graduation Placement

Graduates have continued their education and obtained doctoral degrees in the following programs:• PhD in Leadership Studies (North Carolina A&T State University)• EdD in Adult and Community Education (North Carolina State University)• PhD in Adult, Professional and Community Education (Texas State University)• PhD in Adult Education (Pennsylvania State University)• PhD in Adult Education (University of South Florida)• PhD in Adult Education Leadership (Walden University)

Employment Opportunities

Graduates of the Master of Science in Adult Education program find employment in a variety of educational contexts, including:• Community-based organizations (e.g., adult literacy, ESL, GED, adult high school)• Religious Institutions• Corporate training and development• Older adult learning environments• Social services• Governmental and nongovernmental agencies• Workforce development• Cultural institutions (e.g., museums and libraries, planetariums, zoological parks, aquariums)• Compensatory education• Correctional institutions• Higher education institutions• Cooperative extension• Professional and voluntary associations

The Master of Science in Adult Education degree is designed for individuals who desire to become effective adult educators and change agents within local, regional, national and international communities. Graduates are prepared to work as teachers, program developers and evaluators, or administrators in order to enrich the learning capabilities of adults through educational programs in various settings. A signature component of our program is that curricular experiences emphasize the historical, philosophical, and socio-cultural foundations of adult education with a special focus on the Black Diaspora.

Ranked #13 Adult Educationprogram nationwide byGraduateprograms.com!

For More Information

Program CoordinatorDr. Geleana [email protected]

North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University

[email protected] • 336-285-2366

https://graduateadmissions.ncat.eduTHE GRADUATE COLLEGE

# OF CREDIT HOURS 1 -2 3 - 5 6 - 7 8 9 or More

TUITION IN-STATE $568.13 $1,136.25 $1,704.38 $1,704.38 $2,272.50

TUITION OUT-OF-STATE $2,118.75 $4,237.50 $6,356.25 $6,356.25 $8,475.00

REQUIRED FEESDEBT SERVICE Health Center $10.63 $21.25 $31.88 $42.50 $42.50 Student Union $225.00 $225.00 $225.00 $225.00 $225.00 Stadium System $6.63 $13.25 $19.88 $26.50 $25.50CAMPUS CENTER - Operations $33.69 $67.38 $101.06 $134.75 $134.75STUDENT ACTIVITIES $45.13 $90.25 $135.38 $180.50 $180.50CAMPUS SAFETY FEE $15.00 $15.00 $15.00 $15.00 $15.00STUDENT GOV’T ASSOC. $.50 $.50 $.50 $.50 $.50EDUC. & TECHNOLOGY $50.65 $101.29 $151.94 $202.59 $202.59I.D. PROCESSING $12.50 $12.50 $12.50 $12.50 $12.50ATHLETICS $101.00 $202.00 $303.00 $404.00 $404.00HEALTH SERVICES $41.69 $83.38 $125.66 $166.75 $166.75SHUTTLE SERVICE $40.50 $40.50 $40.50 $40.50 $40.50

TOTAL REQUIRED FEES $582.92 $872.30 $1,161.70 $1451.09 $1451.09

HEALTH INSURANCE (OPT) $1,136.68 $1,136.68 $1,136.68

TOTAL TUITION AND REQUIRED FEES IN-STATE $1,151.05 $2,008.55 $4,002.76 $4,292.15 $4,860.27

TOTAL TUITION AND REQUIRED FEESOUT-OF-STATE $2701.67 $5,109.80 $8,654.63 $8,944.02 $11,062.77

NORTH CAROLINA AGRICULTURAL AND TECHNICAL STATE UNIVERSITY

• Aerospace and Transportation Systems• Biomedical Research • Biotechnology & Biosciences • Computer and Computational Sciences• Defense and National Security• Energy and the Environment • Food Science• Human Health, Nutrition and Wellness• Leadership and Community Development• Nanotechnology and Multi-Scale• Social and Behavioral Sciences• Transportation and Logistics

2017-18

ADMISSIONS REQUIREMENTS AND DEADLINES

• Online application• Application fee• Transcripts• Personal statement• Recommendation letters

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

For detailed information on tuition, fees, and related costs of education, assistantships, fellowships and other financial assistance visit www.ncat.edu/grad.

Some programs require standardized test scores or on campus interviews

*Earlier deadlines for certain programs apply. Check www.ncat.edu/grad for individual program requirements

THE GRADUATE COLLEGE

RESEARCH CAPABILITIES OF A LAND GRANT UNIVERSITY

IMPORTANT APPLICATION DEADLINES

FINANCING GRADUATE STUDIES

N.C. A&T does not discriminate against employees, students, or applicants on the basis of age, color, disability, gender, gender identity, gender expression, national origin, political affiliation, race, religion, sexual orientation, genetic information, veteran status, or any other basis protected by law. 500 copies of this public document were printed at a cost of $0.029 per copy.

NORTH CAROLINA A&T STATE UNIVERSITY

GRADUATE FEE SCHEDULE PER SEMESTERFALL 2017 - SPRING 2018

THESIS ONLYIN-STATE $1,151.03OUT-IN-STATE $2,701.65

Tuition and fees subject to change per UNC General Administration

For More InformationThe Graduate [email protected]

Priority US Citizen International Fall Feb. 1 June 1 May 15Spring Sept. 1 Oct. 15 Oct. 1Summer NA April 1 NA

TUITION DIFFERENTIALS MAX RATEMBA $900.00JMSW & JSNN IN-STATE $286.00JMSW & JSNN OUT-OF-STATE $808.00

The university reserves the right to increase or decrease all fees and charges as well as add or delete expense items without advance notice, as circumstances in the judgement of the administration may require.

Remittance should be made by check (personal, certified, or cashier’s) money order or credit card (American Express, MasterCard, VISA or Discover). All payments should be addressed to the Treasurer’s Office, The Graduate School, North Carolina A&T State University, 1601 E. Market Street, Greensboro, NC 27411.


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