Literacy Studies: TESOL and Reading Executive Cohort

Executive Cohort Model

  • A hybrid program that combines a face-to-face cohort experience and online learning
  • One year for program completion
  • Complete Reading Specialist PK-12 Certification and ESL Program Specialist Certificate, and master's degree in one program
  • Designated class meeting days and times that remain constant throughout your program

Fees and Reduced Tuition Rate

  • Three-Credit Courses: 1/3 tuition discount
  • Registration and Technology fees applied each semester

Degree Requirements and Schedule

September- October 2018 (8 weeks)
  • ED606 Strategic Instruction for Emergent & Content Literacy (K-6)
  • ED607 Strategic Instruction for Adolescent Readers and Writers (7-12)
October-December 2018 (8 weeks)
  • ED699 Assessment, Analysis and Instruction in Reading and Writing
  • ED608 Literature for Children and Youth
January-March 2019 (8 weeks)
  • ED563 Reading Specialist Professional Seminar
  • ED622 Multilingual and Multicultural Literacies
March-April 2019 (8 weeks)
  • ED623 Multilingual and Multicultural Assessment
  • ED580 Introduction to Inclusive Education
May-June 2019 (8 weeks)
  • ED625 Language, Diversity and Schooling
  • ED624 Understanding Language Learning
July 2019 (1 week)
  • ED629 ESL Professional Seminar

Practica for Reading Specialist Certification
January-April 2019

  • ED595 Literacy Seminar/Language and Literacy Project​
    (six credits; tuition discount not applicable)

Admission Requirements

View School of Education graduate programs admission requirements. Students are encouraged to apply to the program as soon as possible.