Master’s in Literacy Education – Marshall University

 The Master’s in Literacy Education degree is intended for those who wish to become highly qualified in teaching reading. The course as a whole consists of six foundation courses, four advanced courses, two of which are practicum experiences, and two elective courses, for a total of 36 credit hours. Degree candidates will follow a planned program of study and must maintain a cumulative grade point average of 3.0 on a scale of 4.0. The program of study inlcudes several assessments that are completed as students move through the program. At the time of completion for the Master’s in Literacy Education program, students must have accumulated a minumim of one year teaching experience or equivalent as a long-term substitute.

Admission requirements:

  • An undergraduate degree in education from a regionally accredited college

  • A valid teaching license


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