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Online Master's in Reading Education @ KU

Become a leader in literacy education with the online Master of Science in Education (M.S.E.) in Curriculum and Instruction and an emphasis in Reading Education from the University of Kansas.

This practitioner-focused Master’s in Reading Education program provides the curriculum and instructional strategies to address the literacy needs of PK-12 students in today’s diverse classrooms. Prepare to transition to a career as a reading or literacy specialist or elevate your teaching skills in your own K-12 classroom.

21st Century Topics: The Importance of Literacy

The KU Department of Curriculum & Instruction infuses 21st century topics into all programs and classes. In this video, Heidi Hallmann discusses how themes like the importance of literacy and teaching diverse learners are discussed throughout the program.

No program can guarantee licensure. It is each student’s responsibility to determine the licensure requirements in his or her state and to apply for the licenses or endorsements necessary to his or her career goals. Our department staff and Licensure Officer can provide individual support during the application process to help you understand your state’s requirements.

Important Dates

Dec
29
Application Deadline

December 29
Spring 2019 Term

Jan
14
Next Start

January 14
Spring 2019 Term

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