The Reading Master's degree program for individuals without a teaching certificate.
Master of Science in Reading - Option II Non-Thesis
The curriculum for the Master of Science in Reading involves a minimum of 36 semester hours of study. The outline of study is as follows:
|Required Reading Courses (24 semester hours)|
|RDG 520||Literacy and Instruction I||3|
|RDG 521||Literacy & Instruction II||3|
|RDG 523||Promoting Literacy Through Language Acquisition and Development||3|
|RDG 528||Integrating Writing||3|
|RDG 540||Content Area Reading||3|
|RDG 560||Literacy Assessment||3|
|RDG 562||Critical Issues in Lit Edu||3|
|RDG 567||Practicum in Organizing for Effective Literacy Instruction in Elementary, Middle, and High School||3|
|9 semester hours from any content area studied by or valuable to K-12 schools||9|
|EDCI 595||Research Lit Tech (3 semester hours required)||3|
Note: Successful completion of the Comprehensive Exam is required of all students.