Adult Education



Troy University’s Master of Science in Adult Education can give you the

educational edge you need for a variety of highly regarded, professional

careers. TROY’s Master of Science in Adult Education (MSADE) program is

designed for professionals who


  • Work closely with adults in instructional, advising or service roles,
  • Design training and development for education, corporate, non-profit, or military organizations,
  • Manage educational technology and inventory at educational organizations,
  • Seek careers at technical colleges, two-year colleges, or four-year colleges and universities in office management, program development, student affairs or business/administrative services.


TROY’s MSADE program is also designed to enhance the instructional

practices and course design skills of instructors who teach at the two-year

college level.


Seek highly regarded jobs with a variety of employers


Jobs as instructors, trainers, curriculum developers, instructional designers,

educators, teachers, managers and more are available with the following:


  • Military and federal agencies
  • Department of Defense contractors
  • State and local agencies
  • Community colleges and vocational schools
  • Private employers


Choose your concentration and course style


TROY’s MSADE program allows you to choose your concentration:


  • Curriculum and Instructional Design,
  • Instructional Technology, or
  • Leadership Studies.


Courses are offered online as well as in some locations. For more information

regarding locations, speak with a recruiter or visit


Take the Fast Track (or take your time)


The Master of Science in Adult Education is a 33 semester hour (36 with thesis)

program that can be completed in as little as one year.

Click here to learn even more about the Master of Adult Education at TROY.

:: About the College of Education

The mission of the College of Education is to prepare educators, counselors, administrators, and other professionals to be life-long, innovative, informed, reflective decision makers effectively trained to achieve the goals, competencies, and skills identified by the accrediting and professional organizations for each program. Undergraduate non-certification programs in Psychology are offered through the College of Education at Dothan, Montgomery, Phenix City, Troy, and various Global Campus locations. Offerings include a comprehensive 54-semester hour program, a 36-semester hour major, and a 18-semester hour minor.