M.Ed. in Adult and Higher Education - Adult Education Track
Adult learners are no longer an uncommon segment of the student population, but they still face unique challenges in reaching their educational goals. The MEd in adult and higher education, adult education track, equips you with the skills you need to help adult learners navigate and overcome such hurdles.
Offered completely online, the program is a good fit for those who work, or are interested in working, in education and community settings, such as community colleges, health education organizations, corporate training, or religious organizations.
Before you get started, you’ll need
- A bachelor’s degree
- The prerequisites required by the education college’s admissions policy
- Access to a computer and high-speed Internet as well as basic computer and word-processing skills
Degrees You Can Earn
M.Ed. Adult & Higher Education, Adult Education Track: In addition to the requirements you must meet for the M.Ed. in adult and higher education, you will take 15 credit hours of specialized adult-education coursework, such as diversity in adult education and adult development.
You must pass the Master Comprehensive Exam to receive your degree. The exam includes two questions from core courses and one from a specialty course.
Other Degree Options
Where Can This Degree Take You?
Well, where would you like to go? The need for professionals in the field of adult and higher education is on the rise. You can take your skills to public and private institutions across Texas and to community and corporate organizations.
There’s a lot ahead of you. You can go anywhere and do anything—follow a path or forge a brand new one. It’s all up to you, and we’re here to help prepare you for whatever journey lies ahead.
Visit the Career Development Center to search for internships, apply for jobs, or get help putting together your resume.
Tuition & Funding
A good education shouldn’t saddle you with insurmountable debt. That’s why, at UHV, affordability and quality go hand in hand. From scholarships to grants to assistantships, we offer an array of options to help you afford your UHV graduate education.
The estimated cost of attending the University of Houston–Victoria varies with enrollment status and personal lifestyle. Browse our Cost of Attendance page to get an idea of how much it will cost to attend UHV.
To apply for FAFSA and similar external scholarships, visit the Office of Financial Aid Internal scholarships and assistantships may also be available; contact the program coordinator for more information.