Horizontal TabsOverview The JIU School of Education offers MEd degree programs designed to challenge and compel students to become successful and influential adult educators. Adult education is one of the world’s fastest growing fields. There is a growing number of public and private vocational/trade colleges, community colleges, and universities. Furthermore, there are whole companies and divisions within companies that focus on personal, organizational, and professional development. The Adult Educators and Administrators degree specializations align with the American Association for Adult and Continuing Education’s professional standards. Select an Area of Study Adult Education Corporate Training and Knowledge Management e-Learning Technology and Design Higher Education Leadership and Administration Outcomes Program Learning Outcomes Describe the foundations of adult education history, philosophies, learning theories, and critical thinking toward social change. Develop programs and design courses using various facilitation methods for adults in education and training environments. Apply adult education and training concepts to meet workforce education needs. Explore adult education theory, concepts, and philosophies from a global perspective. Recognize current adult education literature, interpret research, and conduct a final project. Recognize personal leadership style in the management of adult education programs through an analysis of ethical and policy related issues. Identify adult education as a professional field of study. Program Disclosures Make an informed decision: Gainful Employment Disclosures Review potential occupations, tuition and fees, on-time completion rates and median loan debt.