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Welcome
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     Year 2004/2005
     Fall Semester 2004
     Spring Semester 2005
     Summer Semester 2005
University Mission
Accreditations
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Public Service and Research Centers
College Mission Statements
Undergraduate Degree Programs
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Doctoral Degree Programs
Course Numbering System
Course Listings and Descriptions
Administration
Faculty
Index
Course Listings/Descriptions
Semester offering codes corrected and posted on June 7, 2004.

ADE-Adult Education

ADE 5081 Principles and Methods of Adult Education . . . . . 3(S)
Historical developments, function, and place of adult education in America. Current philosophies of adult education, characteristics of adult learners, learning theories, and motivational techniques unique to adult education programs.

ADE 5260 Organization & Administration of Adult & Continuing Education . . . . . 3(SS)
Assists students in developing competencies for analyzing regulations affecting adult and continuing education, selecting organizational patterns, executing management responsibilities, staff selection and training, administering supportive services, and arranging for community involvement.

ADE 5385 Adult Learning . . . . . 3(CALL DEPT)
Assists students in developing competencies for critical analysis of problems in adult learning. Psychological factors affecting learning, achievement, and motivation throughout the adult life-cycle will be emphasized.

ADE 6930 Seminar: Adult and Continuing Education . . . . . 3(CALL DEPT)
Designed to develop student competencies in the study and critical analysis of selected adult and continuing education research. The student will participate in the selection of research topics.