A Ph.D. in Reading & Literacy education might interest students pursuing careers in educational administration with a focus on research techniques or experimental research methods.
Walden’s Doctor of Education (Ed.D.) program prepares scholar-practitioners to apply the latest education research and theory to solve real-world issues affecting the field.
The program prepares practitioners-scholars to take an interdisciplinary approach to language, literacy, and culture studies and an integrative approach to the teaching of reading and writing in schoo
The Language and Literacy in Education Division (LLE) provides students with a rich range of experiences needed to understand the ways in which language is learned and used in educational settings.
If you could choose the ideal college -- one that provided you powerful resources (world class faculty, facilities, technology, and academics) for personal learning (small classes, with extensive facu
The programs with a specialization in Teaching Literacy B-6, Teaching Literacy 5-12 and Teaching Literacy B-12 give the initially certified teacher the skills to teach reading, writing, and related la
The NLU doctoral program in Reading & Language is designed to prepare you for school-based leadership positions, advanced clinical work or college teaching.
Students interested in pursuing a Master of Education Degree in Language/Literacy Education may choose either a 36-hour non-thesis plan or a thesis plan.
Programs provide practicing teachers and advanced professionals in literacy the opportunity to explore vital issues of literacy research and instruction with nationally recognized faculty in an atmosp
The principal objectives of the department are to provide professional development in literacy for teachers and educators, with emphases on advanced graduate training in literacy at early, elementary,
The Developmental Studies program is concerned with the application of developmental theory to education, construed in its broadest sense.
The Reading Education Program prepares teachers, specialists, teacher educators, and researchers for service in the field of literacy development.
The Language Education Department teaches future teachers and current teachers how to teach and includes these areas: English Education, Foreign Language Education, and Reading Education.
The MS and EdS in Reading are 30-credit programs and can be completed in 18 months. Both degree programs are open to certified and non-certified educators.
The master's program in reading is designed for persons planning to be classroom teachers of reading andfor persons who are charged with the responsibility of teaching reading in conjunction with othe
The Master of Education program has a commitment to the development of advanced learning experiences that are appropriate to the needs of practicing professionals and provide opportunities for profess
The ELLC faculty group enables students to work in the forefront of theoretical and practice-sensitive research on language, literacy, and culture in today's multicultural, multilingual society.