Adult Education offers a range of courses in leisure and lifestyle activities as well as courses to learn new skills – for work and for life – for all Tasmanians. Attention is given to adult learning activities that occur outside of formal educational institutions including learning in social movements. Executive education usually includes programs aimed at executives, business leaders, and managers, to help them grow or improve their businesses and organizations.
Adult education positions can be found in a wide variety of contexts and institutions including: college teaching and program planning, continuing education, human resource development, government, health care, international development agencies, and community-based organizations.
Funds can be allocated for popular adult education from the state budget as well as the budgets of rural municipalities and cities. Literally, hundreds of noncredit programs are offered by continuing education programs at Rutgers. Utah Adult Education is comprised of Adult High School Completion (AHSC/ASE), Adult Basic Education (ABE) and English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL).
This flexible program allows you to align your degree studies with your career goals by choosing the general master’s in education path or selecting a formal option, which will appear on your diploma. Adult learners enrolled in Adult High School can earn a high school diploma or its equivalent by successfully passing the Standard GED® tests.
The enrollment procedure for credit-bearing courses offered in Summer and Winter Sessions and some executive education programs differs for current Rutgers students, visiting students and high school students. Many adult students gain additional confidence in their academic skills after pursuing adult education.