Master of Education (MEd) in Reading Curriculum
Visit the 2013-2014 School of Graduate Studies catalog Reading, Master of Education page for more course details and program requirements.
- Learn more about MEd in Reading comprehensive exams
Fieldwork plays an integral role, of which both the pre-practicum and practicum classes are components. You will complete 150 hours of supervised fieldwork, as part of the practicum, in two courses: Instructional Reading Clinic with Children (an intensive 6-week summer course) and Teacher Leadership Roles in Reading at the School Level.
Students pursuing the M.Ed. without licensure as a reading specialist may substitute two approved literacy electives in lieu of the Instructional Reading Clinic and one approved literacy elective in lieu of the course EDU 845: Teacher Leadership. Students electing this option must meet with the program coordinator to select the electives and complete the required course substitution forms.
- List of recommended electives for those pursuing the MEd without licensure
Finally, please remember if you are seeking an initial license as a specialist teacher of reading but not a master's degree, please visit our Licensure Only in Reading page.