Adult Learning and Leadership Master's Degree
The adult learning and leadership master's degree program is geared toward working professionals whose careers involve working with adults in educational and training situations.
The online master's degree in adult learning and leadership is designed to offer many opportunities for students to tailor their program of study to their professional needs. Students may combine this degree with one of K-State's online graduate certificate programs.
Students complete a portfolio as they progress through the degree program. The portfolio is due during the student's final semester of coursework and is required to fulfill the final examination requirement. Students may complete the program by taking face-to-face (Olathe and Ft. Leavenworth locations) or online courses or a combination of the available options.
Learn more about the online adult learning and leadership master's degree on the College of Education website. More information about this program is also available on the Adult Education at K-State blog. The blog includes resources for prospective and current students.
Learn more about K-State Olathe's adult learning and leadership master's degree on K-State Olathe's website.
The K-State Global Campus 2013 Alumni Fellow, Brigadier General Mark Stammer, is a graduate of this program. Listen to what he has to say about his experience.
Careers in Adult Learning and Leadership
Graduates of the adult learning and leadership program enjoy careers as:
- human resource managers or trainers
- business, industry and nonprofit executives
- community college professionals
- university cooperative extension professionals
- armed service professionals
- government managers and directors
- adult basic education and literacy professionals
Kansas State University is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools 30 N. LaSalle St. Suite 2400, Chicago, IL 60602.
The Professional Education Unit at Kansas State University is accredited by the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE) and the Kansas State Department of Education (KSDE).