Master of Education with a major in Adult and Career Education
The Master of Education degree with a major in Adult and Career Education provides advanced, professional learning for individuals pursuing careers in teaching and leadership of adult and career education and related fields. This program prepares students for working with adult learners in career education fields in the secondary and postsecondary education and private workforce education and government agency contexts.
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS: Undergraduate degree from an accredited college or university in business education, office administration and technology, or related field; undergraduate GPA 2.5 and above; GRE score of 144 or more on the quantitative portion; the score on the verbal portion of the GRE must be 147 or above; an analytical writing score of 4.0, or recieve a MAT raw score of 375.
Applicants with an undergraduate overall GPA of 3.0 or higher will not have to take the GRE or MAT exam to be considered for admission.