Learning is a life-long process. Today’s rapidly changing and technological world requires adults to learn new ways of doing their jobs or to change careers several times throughout their lives. This new reality requires adults to return to educational institutions for classes, to partake in job related training and development, and to attend continuing professional education seminars to achieve new career goals. The influx of adult learners into adult education venues has resulted in a demand for qualified adult educators to assist adult learners as they cope with the effects of an ever-changing world.
Graduates are successfully working in a variety of positions and in a variety of adult education settings Recent graduates are working in healthcare, human resources, training and development, higher education, and in nonprofits and student services as trainers, managers, directors, professors and consultants.
Applicants must apply to Cleveland State University. Applicants need an undergraduate degree with a minimum 2.75 GPA. If their degree is older than 6 years, then the GPA minimum is 3.0.
Applicants who are outside of this requirement can do either of the following:
- Submit a recent score from the Graduate Records Examination (GRE) along with their application.
- Apply as a non-degree seeking student. Then after earning 12 credit hours of graduate credit with a “B” or better, they can reapply as a degree-seeking student.
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Interested students should fill out the Request Information form and indicate their preference for Master of Education in Adult Learning and Development.
For more information, see https://www.csuohio.edu/cehs/casal/programs-0.
For additional information, contact:
Dr. Catherine Hansman
Cleveland State University
College of Education and Human Services
2121 Euclid Avenue, Julka Hall 270
Cleveland, OH 44115