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  Jun 13, 2024
 
2009-2010 Graduate Studies Bulletin (Archived Copy) 
  
2009-2010 Graduate Studies Bulletin (Archived Copy) [Archived Catalog]

Language and Literacy, M.Ed.


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Admission Department of Instruction and Teacher Education 
Degree Requirements College of Education 

The M.Ed. degree is designed for individuals planning to be classroom teachers of reading or other teachers who are responsible for teaching reading. Additional course work is available to individuals pursuing advanced levels of certification in clinical, supervisory, and coordinating roles with regard to reading and language arts.


Admission

In addition to The Graduate School’s application requirements, applicants must submit a letter of intent. Students in the M.Ed. program will follow the program of study outlined below and are required to complete a minimum of 33 hours.


Degree Requirements

Core Requirements (24-27 Hours):


Cognate Requirements (3-6 Hours):


The cognate should be in language and literacy at the early childhood, elementary, or secondary level.

Electives (0-6 Hours)


Note:


No more than 6 hours of workshops, institutes, or field courses may be used in the degree program.

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