Effective Dec. 2, 2016: To meet the demands and schedules of current teachers and educators, the Department of Curriculum & Teaching will offer this Master’s degree program in a fully-online delivery format beginning in Summer 2017. More information on the online program can be found here.
Students who wish to pursue state licensure as a Reading Specialist must complete coursework outlined above. Additionally, the state requires a current professional teaching license, two years of classroom teaching experience, a passing score on the Praxis II Subject Examination for Reading Specialist, and completion of a master's degree to obtain a Reading Specialist License.
Upon admission, graduate students will be assigned an advisor who is a faculty member in the Department of Curriculum and Teaching. Students should plan to meet with their advisor prior to enrolling in their first semester of study, and prior to every semester thereafter, until all degree requirements are fulfilled.