We continue to learn and grow even as adults, and as a result our educational needs change and evolve. Our program will prepare you to work with individuals, programming, and evaluation mechanisms to help adults advance in their education. But because educational needs also extend into private, public, and non-profit sectors, our program also addresses organizational learning and needs.
Our faculty combine practical experience with research expertise to provide an academic and practical approach to adult learning and organizational development.
Distinguished alumna Tonya Harris Cornileus, who gave the College of Education's convocation address for the 2015 ceremony, has taken her talent for teaching and turned it into managing talent.
The virtual island created in BreakThru, a project combining the talents of researchers from UGA and the Georgia Institute of Technology, is a place for students with disabilities to find mentorship in STEM fields.
The Academy of Human Resource Development has recognized College of Education Associate Dean and Adult Education faculty member Laura Bierema's achievements with the creation of a new award.
Prepare for a career in organizations related to the education of adults.