Adult Education Graduate Certificate
Our Adult Education graduate certificate will prepare you to work in post-secondary training environments and skill building programs. The certificate can be completed through distance or on-campus delivery formats. This certificate addresses Auburn’s international initiative by encouraging students to attend Auburn University and by preparing native Auburn students to teach and work outside the United States.
Required Courses – 12 hrs
- Methods of Teaching in Adult Education
- Nature of Adult Education
- Concepts, Programs, and Resources
- Teaching the Disadvantaged Learner
- Workforce Education
Current Auburn Graduate Students
- Notify the certificate coordinator of your intent to pursue the graduate certificate prior to completion of degree program.
- Request admission to the certificate program.
Non-Auburn Graduate Students
- Apply to the Graduate School as a non-degree seeking graduate student.
- Online Application System
Initial Registration Requirement
Auburn University requires on-campus students to provide proof of vaccinations. Students must only do this before their first term of course registration. This process is now managed through an online service, Med+Pass.
- Auburn University Med+Pass (requires Auburn University email address).
- Are you unable to use Med+Pass because you don’t yet have an Auburn email account? Contact the EFLT Graduate Program Officer for assistance.
- Are you an online student? Contact your program coordinator to request your medical hold to be released.
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Cost and Financial Support
- Auburn’s Student Financial Services page provides up-to-date cost information.
- There are grants and fellowships available to graduate students.
- Auburn University’s Financial Aid Office also helps students find support.
- Federal financial aid cannot be used to fund a graduate certificate if it is the only program in which you are enrolled.