A love of reading, writing, and teaching the English language is at the heart of the Concordia University, Nebraska Master of Education (M.Ed.) in Literacy with Reading Specialist Emphasis online degree program.
Whether you teach at the elementary or secondary level, in public or private schools, this 36 credit-hour M.Ed. program brings together educators seeking innovative, effective, and sustainable ways to help students learn to read and write AND fuel their lifelong passion for the written and spoken word.
Specifically, the Literacy with Reading Specialist Emphasis program offers candidates the practical strategies and academic theories for teaching any type of literacy program, including the ability to use assessment tools to adapt and customize these teaching approaches.
Immediately apply what you learn to your own classroom and benefit from consulting with your cohort peers for other ideas, advice, and strategies.
Establish in-depth knowledge of the psychological, sociological, and linguistic theoretical base of literacy education
Explore a knowledge base relating to the developmental nature of language, language acquisition, reading, and the language arts
Exhibit an understanding and respect for the cultural linguistic, ethnic, and academic diversity of literacy learners
Demonstrate knowledge of curriculum, methods, grouping, assessment, and diagnostic teaching for students experiencing reading challenges
Expand your knowledge of literate classroom environment that fosters multiple literacies via appropriate use of technology
The next start date for Literacy with Reading Specialist Emphasis is Monday, May 1.
Literacy with Reading Specialist Emphasis
With your M.Ed. from Concordia University, Nebraska, you'll be equipped to make a difference in your classroom and the lives of your students.
At Concordia, we don’t require you take tests before you start your program. The GRE and GMAT are not necessary for you to pursue your potential and get started on your degree today.
We provide you with options so you can earn your degree in the way that works best for you.