BEd in Adult Education

Faculty of Education




BEd in Adult Education

You are part of our very diverse student community at the Centre for Adult Education and Community Outreach (CAECO).

Your personal, professional and educational background is essential to enriching the learning experience for you and others in our degree and certificate programs. CAECO is a community of learners who share a passion for teaching and training adults and who believe in the importance of lifelong learning.

You are involved in a very rigorous program of study that involves five Adult Education core courses that focus on all facets of adult education – theories, practice, contexts, instructional design, delivery methods, leadership, gender issues, and power relationships.

Those pursuing a degree also must meet requirements for context courses and electives – the number of courses you need to complete will depend on any advanced standing you may have received for your previous education and training.

We understand that you have a busy life – a full-time job, family commitments, volunteer activities and more. Can you do it all? Most definitely.

It will take hard work and dedication on your part. Whether you just received your acceptance or are mid-way through your studies or perhaps within a term or two of graduation – we are here to help you succeed each step of the way.

The links below provide information and resources that will be helpful:

  • Course information – see a list of our ADED core and elective courses
  • Academic Advising – we will help you develop a personal study plan
  • Online learning – our online environment
  • Campus Store - order your textbooks
  • Links – connect to Adult Education registration guides, information and important student resources
  • FAQs - to assist with planning your Adult Education studies
  • Contacts – we are here to answer your questions


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The Globe and Mail’s 2012 Canadian University Report Card included Brock’s Bachelor of Education (BEd) in Adult Education program in its list of “Education programs you may not know about ... but should.”