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School of Education

Masters of Arts in Education

Adult Education

Advisors:

 

Kathy Peno, Program Coordinator

ktpeno@gmail.com

John Boulmetis

johnb@uri.edu

   

Overview

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The University of Rhode Island offers individuals who work with adults in learning situations the opportunity to enroll in a program of advanced graduate study. The program in Adult Education, offered through the School of Education in the College of Human Science and Services, leads to a Master of Arts degree.

The program is designed to develop the competencies and skills needed in helping adults learn. It also allows for specialized study in several professional areas.

Admission to the Program 

Persons wishing to be admitted to the program must hold the baccalaureate degree from an accredited institution by the time they begin their graduate studies at URI. Complete the online application at: http://www.uri.edu/gsadmis/ The following material must be included in the packet:

  • two official copies of the transcripts of all previous college and 
    post-baccalaureate work, sealed by the Registrar in the envelopes provided
  • a minimum of two letters of recommendation from instructors, employers, or supervisors, submitted online by the referees
  • some experience in the field of Adult Education 

Course Description
Specialization Areas

Program Requirements

3 Year Projection of Courses (2014-2017)

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