This three-semester program consists of 17 credits and is offered in a learning community environment. You will be able to work at a pace and time that is right for you. The credits you earn are the same credits you would earn on campus and taught by the same faculty.
CI 551 Foundations of Reading and Language Art, 3, Summer
CI 555 Literacy, Leadership, and Advocacy, 3, Summer
CI 558 Theory and Review of Research on Reading Comprehension, 3, Fall
CI 568 New Media Literacies: Understanding Research and Practice, 3, Fall
CI 565 Literacy: Connecting Research, Policy, & Practice, 3, Spring
CI 591M Supervised Literacy Coaching Practicum, 2, Spring