Adult & Community College Education
The Adult & Community College Education program is a nationally-recognized part of an interdisciplinary field which prepares individuals for a broad range of educational settings -- settings that facilitate formal or informal adult learning, capacity-building or engagement, and leadership. You will find our graduates enjoying careers as leaders or educators in community colleges, universities, non-profits, workplace organizations, as well as government or community-based agencies.
Our program offers doctoral degrees (Ph.D. and an Ed.D.) master's degrees (M.S. and M.Ed.), and two graduate certificates as well as select non-credit professional development opportunities.
The Raleigh-based Doctor of Educational Research and Policy Analysis Ph.D. degree offers a specialization in Adult and Community College Education with a choice from one of two emphasis areas: Teaching and Learning or Health Professions Education. It is designed to prepare practitioners, leaders, or future scholars with a strong background in theory, research and applied practice.
The Doctor of Education Ed.D. in Adult and Community College Education degree is a cohort-based program offered in Charlotte. It is designed to prepare practitioners for leadership and teaching positions in their work with educating adults.
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