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LEADERSHIP, HIGHER &  ADULT EDUCATION

Program Information
 

The Department of Leadership, Higher and Adult Education has three programs of study. LHAE programs offer a degree in Masters of Arts, Masters of Education, Doctor of Philosophy and Doctor of Education. LHAE is also home to Collaborative Programs in Educational Policy; Comparative, International and Developmental Education; and Workplace Learning and Social Change.

For more information on LHAE programs, contact program coordinators.


Adult Education and Community Development 

Program Coordinator: Professor Bonnie Burstow

The Adult Education and Community Development program is an intellectual hub for teaching, research and outreach on adult and community learning. We believe that learning is transformative, holistic and life-long. The 
program
 is
 multi‐disciplinary
 and 
makes 
innovative
 contributions 
in 
theory, 
policy, 
research
 and
 practice 
to 
critical 
and 
lifelong
 adult 
learning 
in 
local,
 national,
 and 
international 
contexts.

Educational Leadership & Policy 

Program has a new name effective September 2014

Program Coordinator: Professor Carol Campbell

Focusing on elementary and secondary education, the Educational Leadership & Policy program is devoted to the study and development of policy, leadership, change, social diversity, and ethics and values. A combination of theory and practice assists students to develop skills, enabling them to cope with the complex demands of current education policies and procedures.  
 

Higher Education

Program Coordinator: Professor Creso Sa

This is the study of universities, community colleges, and other post-secondary institutions. Focus is on the relationship between these institutions and the broader society in which they operate, and the nature of what takes place inside these institutions. This program is also for those who choose to learn about higher education from an international, comparative perspective. 
 

Collaborative Programs

Our three Collaborative Programs provide students with exposure to cross-field and cross-disciplinary approaches to educational problem framing, and problem solving to broaden the possibilities for innovative and effective interdisciplinary analysis.

 

Certificate Program

Non-degree programs and certificates are offered to meet the needs of practitioners and scholars in the field of higher education, such as: Postsecondary Certificate in Leadership in Higher Education.

 

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