Ball State University / Program in Adult Education is located in Muncie, IN, in a suburban setting. She received an MA in adult and community education and executive development of public service from Ball State University and is passionate about increasing individual and organizational capacity and effectiveness through education. Stephanie is currently completing her doctorate in adult, community, and higher education.
The adult and community education doctoral program emphasizes developing critical skills and conducting research in teaching and learning, program planning, leadership, continuing education, community organizing, organizational management, and evaluation using a social justice framework. Doctor of Education in Adult, Higher, and Community Education credits. A doctoral program with three major concentrations that prepares graduate students for professions in a variety of educational, governmental, community, business, and industrial settings.
Course Requirements This degree program consists of a minimum of 90 graduate credits. 48 credits must be completed through Ball State. A master’s degree is required. For a full list of program requirements and courses, see the course catalog.