Master of Arts in Reading (Online)

Program of Study

The Masters in Reading program requires a minimum of 36 credit hours that include a sequence of 11 courses that focus on developing a global understanding of literacy as a tool for communication.

Students in this program may choose from two degree plans, a plan for students who possess a bachelor's degree in education and a valid teaching certificate (Plan II), or a plan for students who are not certified teachers and wish to pursue career paths outside of the K-12 classroom (Plan III)

Core Requirements

Research Course

Concentration Requirements

The following course is to be completed by Plan II students only: 

Students in Plan III may choose one of the following courses to complete as part of their concentration: