About the M.S. in Reading

Reading education works best when it honors diversity and holds to high international standards. The College of Education’s M.S. in Reading does both. The program is designed for current teachers or administrators interested in the latest evidence-based findings in reading instruction for K-12 students.

Our knowledgeable and committed faculty teach up-to-date theory and practice, so students are prepared to plan, implement and assess effective classroom, building and district-wide reading programs in ways that make measurable differences for K-12 students.

The fully online, asynchronous program is specifically designed for working teachers. Rolling admission and flexible enrollment options allow students to juggle the realities of life and work while earning a degree. 

Graduates are prepared to serve as experts in the field of reading and to meet the unique needs of all students in a K-12 setting. M.S. in Reading graduates are also instructional leaders within their school contexts and are able to provide professional knowledge to colleagues in the area of reading.