LONG BEACH -- Graduate
students at The University of Southern Mississippi on the Gulf Coast
may now earn a degree in Adult Education. Beginning Oct. 21 and
ending Dec. 16, ADE 607, Program Planning for Adults, will be offered
on the Gulf Park campus in an eight-week format. The first of four
core courses, this course will be offered twice weekly on Tuesdays
and Thursdays from 6:30-9:15 p.m.
The master of education degree is a practitioner-oriented
graduate degree offering 24 hours of required courses and ADE electives.
Students may also select six hours of course work in other areas
of career interest such as criminal justice, psychology, management,
nursing and educational administration.
Students earning a degree in adult education assume
roles as an administrator, staff developer, training director, program
coordinator, human resource developer, or higher education faculty
To register for ADE 607 or to learn more about
the M.Ed. degree in adult education, new students should call (228)
865-4503. Currently enrolled students may contact the university
at (228) 865-4565 or visit https://soar.usm.edu.