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Graduate Certificate: Adult Education (AdEd)

Overview

Who Can Get a Certificate?

What Value Is a Certificate?

Note: The master of education (M.Ed.)/professional studies program in adult education (AdEd) is a separate graduate-level, practitioner-based program. Click here for AdEd M.Ed. details.

Curriculum

The adult education graduate certificate requires a minimum of 14 credits. Certificate coursework completed with undergraduate student status cannot be applied to graduate-level degree programs.

Required Courses

Electives

Admission

Admission is open to degree-seeking or non-degree seeking students.

How to Apply

Applications are reviewed on an ongoing basis and may be submitted at any time.

Application Materials

All applicants must submit the following items:

Application Instructions

Nonnative English Speakers and/or International Students

All nonnative English speakers must submit an official score report from the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL). Minimum score requirements are:

Program Completion

Final certificate clearance depends on completion of all course requirements, including the posting of final grades to the student’s transcript, and approval by program faculty.

In addition to completing all program requirements, students must complete the following forms:

CEHD Graduate Student Operations clears certificates on a monthly basis. Both forms must be submitted on or before the first day of the month that the student intends to graduate. Students who submit forms after the first day of the month will be cleared to graduate at the end of the following month.

Successful completion of the certificate will be noted on the student's official University of Minnesota transcript and an official certificate will be issued.

Contact

Louis Quast
Coordinator of Human Resource Development Program
612-626-4849
louquast@umn.edu

Revised October 5, 2016

Apply

Applications are reviewed on an ongoing basis and may be submitted at any time.

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Application Instructions

Note: The AdEd M.Ed. is a separate program.  Click here for complete details.

Forms

AdEd Certificate Program Planning Sheet [Format: WORD or PDF]

Completion form (see instructions)

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