Adult Education Associate’s Degree Programs

Career Options

  • Adult Educator
  • Literacy Teacher
  • Self-Improvement Teacher

Expected Salary

$27,460

Job Growth

15%

These projections are estimates based on data from the US Bureau of Labor Statistics.

Most adult education encompasses teaching adults a variety of subjects in many different places such as colleges or universities or even small groups within a company setting. People who teach adults may even work one on one with their students.



Adult educators usually have some work experience in a certain field of expertise. The degree gives them an opportunity to use their skills and impart them to their students. Obviously, you should love to teach adults and have strong people skills to become an educator. Administration and management of grades is often an important aspect of teaching, so learning statistics is a good idea.

Classes in adult education give information on how to deal with adult psychology, program development and planning and adult development. Your courses must be informational but they also should be interesting. Lesson planning is an essential part of any adult education curriculum.

An associate’s degree in adult education will give you the opportunity to work in a graduate setting with people who are interested in the subject you are teaching. If you have been in the economics field, for example, you might want to teach microeconomics to adults.

Training and adult education graduates are very much in demand. Companies emphasize training within the workplace so that workers do not have to miss work and also, it gives workers incentive to grow within their organizations.

An associate’s degree in adult education are usually focused on vocational education. Adult vocational educators often start with an associate’s degree and then widen their interests when they get more experience and may pursue a Bachelor’s degree. Most schools require at least a Bachelor’s degree for people who want to pursue a career in adult education, which means that after taking an associate’s degree for two years, you can transfer your credits from an accredited program and study a Bachelor’s degree.

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