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.
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 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.
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 NLU doctoral program in Reading & Language is designed to prepare you for school-based leadership positions, advanced clinical work or college teaching.
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 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.
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.
The master's degree in reading is designed to develop professional competence and to prepare teachers to be educational leaders in the field of reading.
All kinds of readers--from the precocious, to the normal, to those who have difficulty--are the subject of study and research in Reading Education, which concentrates not only on elementary, secondary
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 Curriculum and Instruction degree with a specialization in Reading and Language Arts educates professionals who work in a variety of areas — early reading and writing instruction, language acquisi
The College of Education is located in and serves the needs of one of the nation's largest metropolitan areas.
The Graduate Literacy Program at the University of Cincinnati offers comprehensive and in-depth programs for Masters and Doctoral students interested in exploring reading and writing as language proce
Two types of Master' degrees, EdS and PhD
One of the oldest and most highly regarded reading education programs in the United States, we strive to generate and disseminate scholarship that increases an understanding of how people become liter
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.