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Spring Registration 2022 is in full swing. Have you considered these Online courses in Adult Education?

This spring, we are offering convenient online evening courses that cover topics in adult learning pertinent to many fields, such as medical training, social work and social sciences, workplace training, professional development, management, and business. Contact the course instructor to reserve your seat.

EDPY 520 – Survey of Adult Education – Wednesdays, 5:05pm – 7:45pm. Taught online, synchronously. Contact mary-hammon@utk.edu to be added.

  • Covers the historical development and philosophies of adult ed programs, adult ed agencies & associations, etc.
  • Explores the literature and issues surrounding the processes of adult education, and diversity of continuing education.

EDPY 521 – Program Planning in Adult Education – Mondays, 5:05pm – 7:45pm. Taught online, synchronously. Contact mmisawa@utk.edu to be added.

  • Theories and methods in planning and operating educational programs.
  • Useful in many career contexts such as medical training, workplace training, professional development, management, etc.

EDPY 625 – Advanced Seminar in Adult Learning – Tuesdays, 5:05pm – 7:05pm. Taught online, synchronously. Contact qsun8@utk.edu to be added.

  • Advanced adult learning concepts, theories, research trends, and methodologies.

 

Interested in a career in teaching adults? For more information on the PhD program in Adult Learning, click here.

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Spring Registration has begun. Have you considered these Online EDPY courses?

These Educational Psychology courses make excellent electives in a variety of career paths, such as business, social sciences, medical training, and psychology — and, they are conveniently online!

For more information on the full Ed Psych Online Masters program offered by the Department of Educational Psychology and Counseling, click here.

EDPY 506 – Intro to Educational Research (2 sections) – Wednesdays, 5:05pm – 7:45pm OR Thursdays, 5:05pm – 7:45pm. Taught online, synchronously. Contact mary-hammon@utk.edu to be added.

  • Quantitative & Qualitative Research Skills.
  • Analyzing scholarly research.
  • Developing research plans

EDPY 524 – Learning in the Workplace – Tuesdays, 5:05pm – 7:45pm. Taught online, synchronously. Contact mary-hammon@utk.edu to be added.

  • Theories on formal and informal learning in the workplace.
  • Major trends in facilitating workplace learning.

EDPY 537 – Assessment in Applied Ed Psych – Mondays, 5:05pm – 7:05pm. Taught online, synchronously. Contact mary-hammon@utk.edu to be added.

  • Survey of standardized tests of intelligence, achievement, aptitude, vocational interest, attitudes, and personality.
  • Principles of test construction and analysis.

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EDPY 310 – Human Relationships in the Workplace and Personal Contexts

Spring Registration Begins November 1!

For anyone seeking to stand out among job applicants, the Department of Educational Psychology & Counseling is delighted to offer a new undergraduate course, beginning Spring 2022: EDPY 310 – Human Relationships in the Workplace and Personal Contexts.

Make sure you include this relevant experience on your resume!

The course will also count toward the new minor in Interpersonal Development. For more information on the minor, click here.

Students can expect to explore key interpersonal and communication skills for career success in EDPY 310, with the opportunity to apply those concepts further to personal relationships and life skills. Critical topics such as mental health and diversity will also be discussed.

This course, and the minor, are designed to positively empower students to gain invaluable and lifelong skills as human supports in the workplace, and beyond.

Click here to view the course description in the undergraduate catalog.

To reserve a seat for Spring 2022, contact: kbeltran@vols.utk.edu.