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Under the direction of the Executive Dean, is responsible for the overall planning, direction, organization, and implementation of the educational programs of adult and continuing education. Assists in the coordination of the central service operation as assigned by the Executive Dean and provides direct leadership to the staff within the division. Provides leadership for planning, implementing, evaluating and coordinating the educational programs of Adult and Continuing Education.
Courses are offered on the Mt. SAC campus and at many locations in cities served by the College. Courses are offered during afternoon, evening, and weekend hours.
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After earning her B. Moving into the world of adult and online learning at the height of the dot-com boom, she worked in all aspects of academic administration in both for-profit universities Cardean and DeVry Universities and non-profits DePaul and Miami Universities that provide educational programs for adult learners. An active researcher, Dr.
A lucky few among us are old souls who achieve a level of wisdomcompassion, and basic life skills when they've barely reached their teens. In short, 18 isn't a magical number. Being a functional grown-up is something people manage at wildly different ages.
Prior to joining Maryville, he taught courses in financial, managerial, and cost accounting, as well as accounting information systems, at Millikin University and Webster University. Viele still teaches occasionally at Maryville and is co-author of Accounting: What the Numbers Mean, an accounting textbook now in its 11 th edition and used by more than colleges and universities nationwide. In addition to teaching, Viele also served as the Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs and as director of the Online Learning Center at Webster University, one of the early pioneers of online education.
This question originally appeared on Quora : What are the skills every 18 year old needs? Faculty, deans, advisers, landlords, store clerks, human resource managers, coworkers, bank tellers, health care providers, bus drivers, mechanics—in the real world. The crutch: We teach kids not to talk to strangers instead of teaching the more nuanced skill of how to discern the few bad strangers from the mostly good ones.