This master’s program prepares teachers to meet the literacy needs of today’s diverse learners, including special education students and English as a Second Language learners. The program explores literacy, diverse learning, educational research, and development of literacy leadership and coaching skills. Coursework focuses on knowledge and abilities needed to make a profound difference in students’ reading, writing, and language development, combining current theory with practical, hands-on experience. This program leads to K-12 Reading Specialist licensure.
What it costs
The cost is $630.75 per credit hour for VA state residents or $536.14 per credit hour for VA state residents who are eligible and apply for the 15% PreK-12 VA Educators Discount. All out-of-state students qualify for an automatic 40% discount and a cost of $830.75 per credit hour. Fees include a $35 per credit hour Distance Learning fee. New Student and other mandatory university and course fees may apply.
This program has a priority application deadline of April 2 for Fall and November 1 for Spring. Applications are accepted on a space-available basis after the priority deadlines.Request Info