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Applied Communication for Professional Educators                  

Joseph Folger, Coordinator

Note: Department chairs frequently change at the beginning of the academic year.  Students should contact departments for updated information.
This degree prepares students who are interested in a career in education and training, but who are not planning to pursue a conventional teacher certification track. Students in this major are provided with critical knowledge and skills in how to construct and facilitate effective learning and change situations in organizational, community, and professional contexts.


● Must complete 33 credit hours in the major.
● Complete the following course requirements in Adult and Organizational Development (AOD).

Prerequisite Core Course Requirements 

Students must complete the following two courses with a minimum grade of "C" to be admitted to the Applied Communication for Professional Educators major:  

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