Proposed Course Offerings
The hybrid courses are conducted with an online component, in addition to on-campus sessions, to offer students an alternative to regular classroom courses and a more flexible learning environment. Designed to meet the unique demands of the 21st century, the hybrid courses enable people with family or employment commitments to more readily take courses.
The hybrid courses are part of the regularly offered schedule and part of the faculty's regular credit load. Courses will vary in percentage of online and face-to-face meetings.
||Literacy & Technology||2|
|Reading 705||Reading in the Elementary School||3|
|Reading 735||Adolescent Literacy: Programs and Practices||3|
|Reading 765||Literacy Assessment||3|
|Reading 798||Reflective Journey (taken twice)
|Reading 720||Interactive Literacy Intervention
(practicum with 1-3 grade students)
|Reading 721||Readers'/Writers' Workshop - Secondary
|Reading 780||Administration/Supervision of Literacy Programs||3
|Reading 785||Practicum in Literacy||3
|Reading 790/715||Seminar in Reading Research OR Issues in Literacy||2
|Ed Found 770||Foundations of Ed Research||3
|Electives as needed
Individuals with Learning Disabilities
Child or Adolescent Lit.
* Not offered as part of the 30 credit Masters
In this hybrid program, students will be required to take the Learning Disabilities and the Literature class if older than seven years upon acceptance into the program for DPI licensure.
Completing all requirements for the MSE does not ensure licensure. The Reading Education faculty must positively recommend the candidate for both 316 and 17 licensure.
A minimum of two years of teaching experience is required by the Department of Public Instruction for 316 licensure and three years for 17 licensure.