The B.S. in Applied Studies – Education and Training is designed for those who’d like to use their expertise to train or teach adults. Specific careers may include: Facility Educator, Center Director, Senior Training Specialist, Education Resource Specialist, and Training and Development Consultant. Your courses will focus on adult learning and the theory and practice of teaching adults.
Admissions RequirementsAn earned Associate Degree in an applied field from a regionally accredited college is the required foundation for this program. Professional licensure, certifications, or training may serve as a foundation to this degree, upon approval by Academic Affairs.
This degree does not lead to teacher certification in New Hampshire and those interested in pursuing this career direction are encouraged to consider our bachelor’s programs with teacher certification options.
- Teaching and Learning in Adulthood
- The Learning Workplace
- Instructional Design and Interactive Learning
- Psychology of Occupational Stress
- Program Development and Learning
See catalog for full list of course requirements and degree outcomes.
Your Prior and Current Learning Counts
Many of our students can demonstrate college-level knowledge gained from military, workplace and volunteer-based training and experiences. We are expert at helping students demonstrate learning and earning academic credit.Learn More
Applications for admission are accepted on a rolling basis, offering the opportunity to begin studies at Granite State College at any term during the year.
Our admission criteria includes:
- Completion of our free, online application for admission
- High school diploma, completion of a high school education in a homeschool setting under state law, or demonstrate high school equivalency.
- Successful completion of one of the following exams will be required for demonstrating high school equivalency: the GED, HiSET, or TASC
- Associate degree from a regionally accredited college in a technical or specialized field. Professional licensure, certification or training may serve as a foundation to this degree, upon approval by academic affairs.