Welcome to the Department of Literacy and Reading Education. Work, study, and learn with our nationally and internationally recognized faculty. The Department offers a diverse array of graduate and undergraduate courses.
Our graduate programs are designed to develop educators' expertise in literacy education through coursework, leadership and fieldwork experiences required to obtain the Master's degree, Reading and Literacy Added Authorization and Literacy and Reading Leadership Specialist Credential.
The Department of Literacy & Reading Education offers the following graduate programs.
100% Online Graduate Program
Our bisynchronous, structured 15-week semester format provides a flexible schedule to pursue your graduate degree. All courses include weekly online engagement with cohort peers, a dedicated faculty member with weekly office hours, and several opportunities to meet synchronously during the semester.
The Department also offers a Minor in Literacy Education. This interdisicplinary minor provides students with knowledge of literacy development, literacy research, practice in critical thinking, and exposure to multiculltural literature relevant to understanding the experiences of diverse groups in society. For more information, please consult the University Catalog on the Minor in Literacy Education.