Project-based MEd in adult education and community engagement

The Master of Education (MEd) in the adult education and community engagement focus area of leadership studies is an 18-unit program intended for students with diverse backgrounds. Our faculty members bring local, national and international perspectives to the work.

Learn about admission requirements.

We also offer a thesis-based MA program. Candidates must choose their specific degree, MEd or MA, beforing the program.

Courses

Courses will be offered online, face to face and summer intensive.

The MED program consists of 18.0 units of coursework and project. Visit the Academic Calendar for up-to-date information and course descriptions. Students in the program are scheduled to complete their program over the course of 5 terms of full-time study.

 

Term  Course
September-December ED-D 533D: Critical Discourses in Leadership (1.5 units)
September-December ED-D 538A: Critical Theories and Practices of Adult Education and Learning (1.5 units)
January-April ED-D 591E: Selected Topics: Community Engaged Learning & Practice (1.5 units)
January-April ED-D 539A: Leadership, Learning and Social Justice (1.5 units) 
May-June ED-D 591E: Selected Topics: Narratives of Leadership and Inquiry (1.5 units)
July ED-D 561B: Research Methods in Leadership (1.5 units)
September-December ED-D 598: Project (3.0 units)
September-December ED-D 538B: Cultural Leadership and Social Learning through the Arts (1.5)
January-April ED-D 591E:  Selected Topics: Community Engaged Learning & Practice (1.5 units)
January-April ED-D 533A Politics and Policy Making in Organizations (1.5)
April ED-D 597: Comprehensive Examination* (1.5 units)

Total units: 18

*Exam is the final requirement of the program