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.
ACCE Information Sessions Offered: (No RSVP required)
All Information Sessions will take place in either Poe Hall or SAS Hall, located on Stinson Drive off of Pullen Road. Physical address is 2310 Stinson Drive for Poe Hall and 2311 Stinson Drive for SAS Hall, Raleigh, NC 27695.