Adult Education and Training Master of Education (M.Ed.) in Education and Human Resource Studies – Adult Education and Training Specialization

Requirements and Curriculum


  • Minimum of 30 credits of academic coursework.
  • 24 credits must be earned from Colorado State University.


Required core courses

Elective courses

You are encouraged to take electives in your area of expertise and matched to your career goals. Suggested courses include:

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A.E.T. students interested in Organizational Learning, Performance, and Change (O.L.P.C.) may choose to take electives (up to 9 credits), from the O.L.P.C. program. The value of A.E.T. with an emphasis in O.L.P.C. may benefit students that are engaged in a variety of contexts that are associated with organizational change, organizational learning, or human resource development. The Student Affairs in Higher Education and Counseling and Career Development (on campus only) programs in the School of Education also offer courses that may be of significant interest for a student's professional context. Students may also focus on research or content outside of the School of Education. Students will work with their advisor to plan a sequence of elective courses that best fit their interests and career track.

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