Provides instruction and practice in the selection, organization, and preparation of content for instructional programs in business, technical, and educational settings. Provides students with a theoretical orientation to instructional design as well as the opportunity to experience the instructional design process as it applies to business, technical, and educational settings through the development of instructional materials.
Provides students with a theoretical orientation to instructional design as well as the opportunity to experience the instructional design process as it applies to business and technical settings through the development of instructional materials.
This course takes a broad look at the philosophy, theory, research, and practice of adult education, along with additional considerations for the development of the professions and professionals. The broad perspective includes the social, cultural, and political factors that affect the planning, development, and implementation of adult education.

The course caters to self-directed and self-motivated doctoral students and advanced master’s students by encouraging the study of special topics that match their scholarly and practical interests. During this course you will explore the major adult learning theories, the practice of adult education, and the aims and challenges of professional education.