|Field of Study:||Adult and Continuing Education and Teaching
|Description:||The Master of Education degree program at Yorkville University is designed for working professionals who seek opportunities in teaching and training, and are currently employed in industries such as health care, public services, post-secondary education, or workforce development.
The curriculum of builds core competencies, such as evaluation and program development, alongside applied educational research skills. Courses emphasize the value of self-reflection and continued professional development so that students build on and incorporate their work and life experiences. The elective courses allow students to understand a broad range of topics, which will improve their career path, such as: Learning and Teaching Online, Transformative Learning in Adult Education, and Contexts of Learning. Students of the program can choose between completing an Action Research Project or Major Academic Report. These final projects strengthen link between theory and knowledge and the practical and research skills required for specialization in a field of adult education.