United States PhD in Reading & Literacy Education Programs
A Ph.D. in Reading & Literacy Education Doctorate program might interest students pursuing careers in educational administration with a focus on research techniques or top experimental research methods in helping to develop literacy. Browse our listings to find the best doctoral program in reading & literacy for you. For example: an online Doctor of Education (Ed.D.) - Reading and Literacy Leadership, or an on-campus PhD in Language and Literacy, or a Doctor of Education in Reading and Language (Ed.D.) program might be of interest to you? Filter by location to find the best graduate school near you or around the world!
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St. John's University
What They’re Known For Based in New York City, St. John’s University is a diverse institution with a globally focused curriculum.Founded in 1870, it today gives students the opportunity to learn from top-ranked&...
Do you aspire to drive transformative educational change in your institution and community? Designed for practitioners and administrators from P-12 to higher education, Walden University’s online Doctor of Education (EdD) program offers flexibi...
- Tampa, FLTampa, FL
University of South Florida
- Santa Barbara, CASanta Barbara, CA
University of California - Santa Barbara
- Tallahassee, FLTallahassee, FL
Florida State University
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 acquisition and development, K-12 school literacy, post-seco...
- Norman, OKNorman, OK
University of Oklahoma
- Lubbock, TXLubbock, TX
Texas Tech University
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. Graduate students have the opportunity to develop a program tailored to their interests in reading,...
- Syracuse, NYSyracuse, NY
Syracuse University's Reading and Language Arts Center is a close-knit community energized by a collective commitment to addressing and enhancing literacy and learning for children, youth, and adults in schools and communities. The Center is nationa...
- Syracuse, NY
- Muncie, INMuncie, IN
Ball State University
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 faculty interaction and contact) -- you would choose Ball...
- Queens Village, NYQueens Village, NY
St. John's University
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 language arts to students from early childhood to hi...
- Queens Village, NY
- Philadelphia, PAPhiladelphia, PA
University of Pennsylvania
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 schools, colleges, and universities. The program also offe...
- Philadelphia, PA
- Wheeling, ILWheeling, IL
National Louis University
- Chicago, IL
- Lisle, IL
- Skokie, IL
- Elgin, IL
- Miami, FLMiami, FL
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. Courses focus on evidence-based best practices for teaching and learning strategies. Students com...
- Norfolk, VANorfolk, VA
Old Dominion University
- Ann Arbor, MIAnn Arbor, MI
University of Michigan
- Dekalb, ILDekalb, IL
Northern Illinois University
- San Francisco, CASan Francisco, CA
University of California - Berkeley
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.
- Chester, PAChester, PA
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 professional enrichment and development.The Doctoral prog...
- Twin Cities, MNTwin Cities, MN
University of Minnesota
The University of Minnesota literacy education program has traditionally been one of the strongest in the country. Early leaders included Guy Bond and Robert Dykstra, principal investigators for the U.S. Office of Education's "Cooperative Research Progr...
- Buffalo, NYBuffalo, NY
University at Buffalo
All kinds of readers--from the precocious, to the normal, to those who have difficulty...
- Columbia, ALColumbia, AL
University of Missouri - Columbia
- Athens, GAAthens, GA
University of Georgia
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 literate and how literacy can enhance the quality of th...
- Detroit, MIDetroit, MI
Wayne State University
The College of Education is located in and serves the needs of one of the nation's largest metropolitan areas. Thus, the College reflects the dynamic character of urban life and is sensitive to the special experiences, conditions and opportunities prese...