Master of Education: Concentration in Organization and Human Resource Education (Adult Education)
The Oregon State University's Master of Education program is for those interested in enhancing their careers in adult education, human resource education or a wide variety of jobs involving teaching and educating adult learners. Students within this program meet one weekend a month in Wilsonville, Ore.
The program offers two areas of emphasis and you may choose to focus on one or work within both.
- As a development and training specialist in business, industry, government, community agencies and community college programs that provide training services to their own or other organizations
- As an instructional specialist and master teacher/trainer (including English as a second language), work-related and/or content-based instruction for a diverse group of adult learners in business, community and community college settings.
Program participants are working professionals in business, industry, higher education, non-profit agencies or government settings. Application requirements include a bachelor's degree, written and oral communication skills and professional recommendations and experiences.
Collaborative cohort model
Working alongside other professionals offers insight and support to cohort members that simulate a professional work environment. The program is adult learning-focused and will enhance your skills to work in training, education and organizational development.
Convenient delivery in a weekend format
Classes for this program are held at the Wilsonville Training Center in Wilsonville, Ore. on weekends (Friday and Saturday), generally the first or second weekend of each month. Interim assignments are supported by mentoring and coaching of instructional staff and student peers online. This is a two-year cohort program.