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Penn State Offering Master’s Program Locally


Have you been contemplating continuing your education with a master’s degree? Consider Penn State’s master of education degree in adult education. The program, designed for busy working adults, provides access to local courses in Williamsport and online instruction. The Penn State degree is a total of 33 graduate credits, 18 of which can beobtained locally in a comfortable, relaxed classroom environment on the Penn College campus.

Get started this fall as a Penn State nondegree graduate student by registering to attend your first class.

  • ADTED 460: Introduction to Adult Education (three credits) History, methods, agencies, program areas and problems of adult education in the United States. 5:30-8:30 p.m. Mondays, Sept. 8 through Dec. 8 Some of the classes will be held online via ANGEL. Instructors are Billie Stone and Gaye Jenkins,

Please contact the Penn State Continuing Education office formore information at (570) 322-5771 or to register for a spring class. For additional course offerings, visit online.

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