Program Overview and Schedule

Page address: http://ed.mnsu.edu/eec/programs/er/overview.html

 

The Master of Science in Reading graduate program plan may be completed with one or two classes per semester.

Note: Complete the plan of study in consultation with your advsior. This form is for advising and planning purpose only. Electives must be selected in consultation with Advisor.

 

M.S. Reading Courses
Credits
Required Tools of Research Core
 
EEC 635 Analysis of Research in Reading
 
3
EEC 610 Scholarly Writing
3
Restricted Electives (Research)
EEC 694 Alternate Plan Paper or EEC 695 Creative Project or
EEC 699 Thesis
1-2
 
3-6
Electives (choose one)
ENG 655 Topics in Teaching Writing or
ENG 656 Teacher Research in the Writing Classroom or
ENG 657 Teaching Writing with Literature or
EEC 628 Teaching Writing in Elementary School
3
3
3
3
Reading Licensure
EEC 626 Preparing Students to Read
3
EEC 619 Reading Assessment and Diagnosis
3
EEC 620 Effective Reading for Content Areas
3
EEC 625 Instructional Strategies and Remediation
3
EEC 613 Implementing Response to Intervention
3
EEC 661 Reading Practicum
3
EEC 675 Practicum in Adult Reading
(for community college faculty)
1-4
Required
EEC 630 Literacy for Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Learners
3
Electives
0-3
 
 
Total credits-Thesis
Creative Project or Alternate Plan Paper
34
34

Summer 2015: Online Offerings

Begins June 1, 2015

Reading Licensure Courses

EEC 613 Implementing Response to Interventions

3 credits

Peg Ballard

EEC 620 Effective Reading in the content Areas

3 credits

Maureen Prenn

EEC 619 Reading Assessment and Diagnosis

3 credits

Peg Ballard

EEC 625 Instructional Strategies and Interventions

3 credits

Peg Ballard

EEC 661 Practicum

3 credits

Peg Ballard

MS in Reading Courses

EEC 610 Scholarly Writing

3 credits

Karl Matz

EEC 628 Teaching Writing in Elementary School

3 credits

Maureen Prenn

Short Summer Courses

EEC 606 Topics: Implementing the Common Core ELA/Math Standards

3 credits

Lori Piowlski

EEC 685 New Directions in Kindergarten (approved for adding kindergarten endorsement)

2 credits

Steve Reuter

EEC 428/528 Reading in the Content Areas (approved for out-of-state 5-12 licensure)

3 credits

Lori Piowlski


Fall 2015: Online Offerings

Begins August 24, 2015

Reading Licensure Courses

EEC 613 Implementing Response to Intervention in Reading for the General Education Classroom

3 credits

Peg Ballard

EEC 619 Reading Assessment and Diagnosis

3 credits

Peg Ballard

EEC 626 Preparing Students to Read

3 credits

Maureen Prenn

EEC 661 Practicum

3 credits

Peg Ballard

MS in Reading Courses

EEC 630 Literacy for Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Learners

3 credits

Maureen Prenn

MS in Elementary Education

EEC 643 Advanced Assessment and Evaluation of Learning

3 credits

Lori Piowlski


Spring 2016: Online Offerings

Begins January 12, 2016

Reading Licensure Courses

EEC 620 Effective Reading in the content Areas

3 credits

Maureen Prenn

EEC 626 Preparing Students to Read

3 credits

Maureen Prenn

EEC 619 Reading Assessment and Diagnosis

3 credits

Peg Ballard

EEC 625 Instructional Strategies and Interventions

3 credits

Peg Ballard

EEC 661 Practicum

3 credits

Peg Ballard

MS in Reading Courses

EEC 635 Analysis of Research in Reading

3 credits

Karl Matz

EEC 628 Teaching Writing in Elementary School

3 credits

Maureen Prenn

EEC 610 Scholarly Writing

3 credits

Lori Piowlski

Capstone Projects

1-2 credits

Peg Ballard

Maureen Prenn

MS in Elementary Education

EEC 605 Advanced Practices in Elementary Mathematics

3 credits

Karen Colum

EEC 617 Best Practices Across the Curriculum

3 credits

Steven Reuter