A&M-Kingsville Master’s Degree in Adult Education Can Now Be Earned Entirely Online
KINGSVILLE - May 17, 2007
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Summer 2007 will be the first time offered 100% online
Starting this summer, a master’s degree in adult education can be earned from Texas A&M University-Kingsville online.
In February 2007, the Texas A&M University System Board of Regents approved the online degree plan, allowing students a path to the degree without having to meet a residency requirement.
The degree program is designed to serve the professional staff development needs of adult educators pursuing career advancement and new career opportunities. Candidates for the master’s degree need not have a background in education to be admitted to this graduate program.
According to Dr. Rebecca A. Davis, assistant professor in educational leadership and counseling, students who have participated in the adult education program typically come from diverse institutional settings. Some examples she notes include teachers of adult literacy/GED and English as a Second Language (ESL); professionals from recreational, occupational and vocational training; county extension staff; health educators; and supervisors and consultants from government, business and the military.
More information on the master’s degree in adult education online program is available from the department of educational leadership and counseling at 361-593-2980 or through Davis at 361-593-4257.
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