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ALE 760 - Developing Adult Learning Programs

Leaders and managers in education, industry, military, business, health and social sectors, and non-profit organizations improve organizations by implementing training that consists of critical elements in adult education: learner needs, learner readiness, educational setting, modality, capacity for self-direction, real-world application, and human resource development. In this course, learners will explore how to incorporate these elements when planning programs in disparate professional settings. Prerequisite: ALE710 and ALE730

Credit Hours: 3.00

Course Fees: $0.00

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