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If you are interested in our program and would like more information or if you have additional questions, please contact the AEDT Administrative Assistant.
Loyola HallRoom 511
Phone: (206) 296-6170
As the pace of change accelerates, adults must engage in continuous learning. Adult Education and Training graduates lead that process. Our master’s degree program blends theory and practice to prepare ethical and reflective practitioners to work with adult learners in education, business, and nonprofit settings. Graduates teach remedial reading and language to adults in the classroom, design and direct corporate training, and consult with diverse adult audiences.
Seattle University’s College of Education offers a master’s degree in Adult Education and Training (AEDT) to prepare working professionals to teach adult learners in a variety of roles. Alumni hold positions as varied as corporate trainers, adult basic education instructors and teachers of ESL. Employers include for-profit and non-profit organizations, community colleges and governmental agencies.
Our program prepares professionals from diverse backgrounds and careers to successfully plan and administer a wide range of training and educational programs. Students personalize their course of study to fit their career goals and build on prior experience and knowledge by specializing in their choice of:
The Adult Education and Training degree options include:
Designed with the working professional in mind, our program features:
Our students come from a variety of businesses, nonprofit organizations, governmental agencies and higher education with the goal of advancing their careers, becoming more effective teachers or trainers, or learning how to share their skills or knowledge with other adults.
Our alumni work in the following fields:
The post-master’s Certificate in Community College Teaching prepares individuals who already have a master’s degree and want to teach in a subject area offered by community colleges.
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