- Master of Education (M.Ed.) in Advanced Literacy Instruction
- Prepare for literacy instruction at all levels while still teaching – 30 credit hours
- Flexible program for busy, working teachers allows you to earn this specialization at your own pace
The M.Ed. in Advanced Literacy Instruction consists of 30 credit hours and is designed for aspiring literacy instruction teachers at the early childhood, elementary, middle school or high school levels. Graduates develop skills as leaders and resource persons in literacy education, and expand their reading and literature teaching knowledge. Graduates will be able to diagnose and remediate student reading and writing difficulties. The program prepares students for the TExES Reading Specialist Exam, and requires a 16-week case study.
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M.Ed. in Advanced Literacy Instruction Courses
|MED 5303||Curriculum Design & Practice|
|MED 5305||Classroom Teacher as Researcher|
|MED 5308||Ethics & Leadership in Education|
|MED 5309||Differentiated Instruction & Learning Theory|
|LTC 5330||Language Acquisition & Emergent Literacy|
|LTC 5331||Reading & Writing Across the Curriculum|
|LTC 5333||Literature & Literacy|
|LTC 5336||Literacy Improvement and Remediation|
|LTC 5338||Reading & Literacy Programs|
|LTC 5339||Evaluation & Diagnosis of Literacy Needs|
Webinar orientations or face-to-face orientations are available for this program. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 512.313.5650 to schedule your orientation.
For detailed information on upcoming webinar orientations please visit this page: online.concordia.edu/programs.
M.Ed. Deadlines and Due Dates
First day of semester- January 6th
Admissions Deadline- December 9th
Contingent Deadline- February 17th
FAFSA complete*- November 25th
Financial Aid Guarantee funding by 1st night- December 9th
Payment Due- December 30th
*FAFSA complete = FAFSA must be complete by this date to ensure funding by the first night of class.