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Education Department: M.S. in Reading Education

Teachers, are you passionate about literacy? Do you have a desire to help those who have difficulty reading?

If so, our M.S. in Reading Education may be right for you. The program leading to a master's degree in reading consists of 33 hours of graduate coursework.

I. Professional Education and Core Courses

9 semester hours

EDUC 501 Research Theory 3
EDUC 502 Multidisciplinary Foundations of Education 3
EDUC 554 Contemporary Learning Theories 3
EDUC 555 Professional Contribution 0

II. CONCENTRATION

24 semester hours

R ED 524A Creative Teaching of Language Arts 4
R ED 526 Teaching Content Area Reading 3
R ED 530 Reading Disabilities and Diagnosis 3
*R ED 533 Remedial Techniques 3
** R ED 540 Practicum/Seminar in Reading 3
***R ED 542 Organization of School Reading Programs 3
EDUC 511 Children’s Literature 2
R ED 546 Reading Specialist Internship 3

*Prerequisite: R ED 524, R ED 530
**Prerequisites: R ED 524, 526, 530, 533
***Prerequisites: R ED 524, 526

Program prerequisites: Initial PA teacher certification, Psy 514, EDUC 523, S ED 507, S ED 511, S ED 539, EDUC 561

 


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