This minor provides knowledge to maximize adult learning in training, consulting, or instructional environments. Students will develop an understanding of the unique qualities, motivations, and capabilities of the adult student.
Students will have the opportunity to:
- Develop sufficient understanding of adult learner behaviors and capacities to enable the student to respond effectively to possible professional scenarios.
- Apply knowledge of adult development and learning to solving problems in the context of the student’s professional field.
- Ask critical questions about information and research in the field.
|INST 605||Teaching and Learning in Adulthood||4|
|INST 650||Program Development and Learning 1||4|
|PSY 615||Psychology of Adulthood 1||4|
|PSY 616||Psychology of Occupational Stress 1||4|
|INST 607||The Learning Workplace||4|
|or INST 610||Instructional Design and Interactive Learning|
These courses have prerequisites.