M.A. in Adult Learning Enrollment Sequence

The typical half-time enrollment sequence is as follows:

TermCreditCourses
    General Concentration Higher Education Concentration
First Term 6 cr ADLC 6005 - Rethinking Experience and Learning in Adulthood, 3cr
ADLC 6010 - Learning and Development in Contemporary Adulthood, 3cr
ADLC 6005 - Rethinking Experience and Learning in Adulthood, 3cr
ADLC 6010 - Learning and Development in Contemporary Adulthood, 3cr
Second term 6 cr ADLC 6015 - Strategies for Effective Adult Learning, 3cr
ADLC 6020 - Approaches to Critical Inquiry and Research, 3cr
ADLC 6015 - Strategies for Effective Adult Learning, 3cr
ADLC 6020 - Approaches to Critical Inquiry and Research, 3cr
Third term 6 cr elective, 3cr
elective, 3cr

ADLC 6034 History and Philosophy of Higher Education, 3cr
ADLC 6035 Administration and Leadership in Higher Education, 3cr

Fourth term 6 cr ADLC 7010 - Project Design, 3 cr
elective, 3cr

ADLC 7010 Project Design, 3cr
ADLC 6033 Higher Education Law, 3cr

Fifth term 6 cr

ADLC 7015 - Final Project, 3 cr
elective, 3 cr

ADLC 7015 Final Project, 3cr
ADLC 6032 Economics and Finance in Higher Education, 3cr

Total 30 cr    


The graduate fall and spring terms are 15 weeks long, and the summer terms have some offerings for eight weeks and some for 15 weeks. The exact enrollment sequence should be planned between the student and the academic advisor as part of degree planning. All students do not enroll in 6 credits every term. This is a sample enrollment sequence only.