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MS ICL (Reading)

The College of Education, Health and Human Sciences is proud to offer an online Masters of Science in Reading Education degree. This program offers an in-depth theoretical and pedagogical understanding of literacy practices, assessment, and policies. By working closely with qualified faculty you can earn a degree that will enhance your ability to influence the profession of literacy and ultimately positively affect the lives of children.

The program prepares graduates for positions as:

  • Literacy Coach
  • Reading Specialist
  • Curriculum Coordinators
  • Literacy Administrators

You may complete this degree online; no trips to campus are required. Our College of Education, Health and Human Sciences is accredited by National Counsel of Accreditation in Teacher Education and aligned with the International Reading Association standards.  Faculty from the online Masters in Reading Program has the desire and expertise to work with students with diverse experiences and specialties.

Graduates are encouraged to participate in the College of Education, Health and Human Sciences Convocation ceremony which celebrates not only the success of the individual, but also the rich traditions of the teaching profession.

The online Reading program is flexible and convenient for classroom teachers or other full time professionals who have multiple responsibilities, yet are motivated to advance their education. For more information on the Reading program, please complete and submit the form below. Someone will be in touch soon!

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