The Master's of Education in Literacy is designed for the teaching professional who seeks to advance literacy knowledge and teaching skills. The coursework for the master's degree involves 30 credit hours of which the first fifteen credit hours are the Reading Endorsement courses. The coursework for the Master's of Education in Literacy involves: literacy theories, content area literacy, literature for diverse learners, teaching writing, literacy assessments and evaluations, working with at-risk readers/writers, serving as a literacy leader within a school setting, and a literacy research project.
Visit the website http://education-human-services.wright.edu/academics/catalog/programs/literacy-med
For additional information:
- Department of Teacher Education (http://education-human-services.wright.edu/teacher-education) - College of Education and Human Services (http://education-human-services.wright.edu/)
For more information, including degree requirements and graduation plans:
View Literacy, MEd on university catalog site - http://catalog.wright.edu/preview_program.php?catoid=2&poid=1280
Find out how to apply here - http://www.wright.edu/apply
Wright State University offers several scholarship opportunities to graduate students, including: • Graduate assistantships • Tuition scholarships • Fellowships • Stipends
Often these awards require the student to serve in an employment-like capacity for the awarding department or college in order to be eligible and maintain eligibility. Visit the website: https://www.wright.edu/raider-connect/financial-aid/graduate-scholarships
Bachelor's degree; Current Ohio teaching license; 2.7 Cumulative minimum undergraduate GPA and GRE score or MAT score in the 50th percentile or better OR 3.0 Cumulative minimum undergraduate GPA; Completion of required Ohio pre-requisite "reading core" including at least 12 hours of reading/writing methods classes. Those 12 hours must include at least one separate three semester hour course in the teaching of phonics.