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Adult Education Degree - Bachelor of Science
This Adult Education degree program at Bellevue University prepares students for instructional responsibilities in professional education settings, such as vocational education, adult education, and training. Students will understand how continuing education and training leads to improved performance in the classroom and the workplace.
Individuals will develop an awareness of the surrounding environment and will learn to develop, enhance, and deliver curriculum effectively to meet the needs of that environment. This program is ideal for professionals teaching at the college level (community or technical colleges), people who provide vocational education, or if they wish to go into training and development positions. The program is offered in class and online. The courses in this cohort program are designed to be taken in order as listed. Their prerequisite is acceptance to the Adult Education Accelerated Degree Completion Program. Students will be required to have access to a webcam for this program.
This bachelor completion program requires 127 total credits. Must have associate’s degree or 60 semester hours for transfer; with a “C-“ or higher. Official documentation of high school completion. Official transcripts from accredited higher education institutions previously attended.
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North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, The Higher Learning Commission
Bellevue University is accredited by The Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools (NCACS).
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