Degree Levels Offered for Adult Education

Sample Free Open
Adult Education Courses

Media Course Start Date Professor School
027 video 27 Educational Psychology 2008-09-01 Fall 2008 David Lieberman University of Houston
David Liberman teaches this upper-level course in education psychology in 27 video recorded lectures from the University of Houston.
006 full-course 6 Educational Psychology N/A N/A Evrim Baran Middle East Technical University
This course presents effective application of psychological concepts and principles for learning and instruction, developing teaching methods, knowledge, and skills, and enhancing learning environments.
002 video 2 Foundations of Education in a Multicultural Society 2009-06-01 Summer 2009 Mei Wu Hoyt Texas A&M University
This course is composed of one audio and one video lecture addressing issues found in teaching in a multicultural society
009 video 9 General Education 2011-06-01 Summer 2011 Open University
The Open University gives students a look at techniques and strategies for teaching and learning in real and virtual worlds through these nine video-lectures.
010 video 10 Issues and Trends in Teaching and Learning N/A N/A Liberty University
This overview course covers current issues and trends in education, specifically teaching methods and learning theory.
001 audio 1 Psychology of Adult Education 2012-09-01 Fall 2012 Armstrong Atlantic State University
This open course from Armstrong Atlantic State University covers brain-based research.
000 full-course Teaching and Learning Teaching Tips N/A N/A Korea University
Learn to design courses, develop teaching methods and skills, and much more.
006 full-course 6 Teaching and Learning Theory 2006-09-01 Fall 2006 Richard Lynch Korea University
Explore teaching theories and theories about how students learn to refine your teaching skills.
001 full-course 1 Understanding Student Development and Diversity N/A N/A Global Text Project
This course discusses key developmental theories that influence individual diversity, a major consideration in teaching methods.

Accredited Online Adult Education Degrees

School Accepts Transfer Credits Freshmen Acceptance Rate Financial Aid Rate Graduation Rate
Daytona College Yes 100% 98% 61%
Sam Houston State University Yes 65% 86% 48%
Southern Connecticut State University Yes 72% 81% 44%
Parkland College Yes N/A 71% 17%
Stautzenberger College-Maumee Yes 100% 98% 24%
Baker College Center for Graduate Studies Yes 100% 95% 27%
University of Phoenix-Cleveland Campus Yes 100% 98% 16%
University of Massachusetts-Dartmouth Yes 70% 89% 48%
Stanly Community College Yes N/A 73% 30%
University of Phoenix-Chicago Campus Yes 100% 92% 13%
National University Yes 100% 25% 24%
Western New Mexico University Yes 100% 95% 17%
Antioch University-New England Yes N/A N/A N/A
Frostburg State University Yes 59% 86% 44%
Missouri Western State University Yes 100% 96% 31%
Coker College Yes N/A 99% 49%
Daymar College-Louisville Yes N/A 96% 19%
University of Phoenix-Nashville Campus Yes 100% 93% 10%
Herzing University-Madison West Learning Center Yes 89% 99% 36%
Quincy University Yes 91% 100% 50%

Adult Education at a Glance

Number of Degrees Conferred in Adult Education

    • 37 Bachelor's Degrees in
      Adult Education
      • 49% Male
      • 51% Female
    • 1,021 Master's Degrees in
      Adult Education
      • 28% Male
      • 72% Female
    • 189 Doctoral Degrees in
      Adult Education
      • 29% Male
      • 71% Female