The Master of Education and Master of Arts in Education programs in Literacy Education are intended to help educators respond confidently and effectively to the varied and complex demands of fostering literacy learning in a range of contexts including schools and community sites. The programs combine a focus on theoretical understandings of current research and issues in literacy education with an exploration of implications for practice. These degrees may be completed on a full-time or part-time basis. The MEd degree is available at some off-campus locations.
Minimum requirements for admission to the programs are a bachelor’s degree or its equivalent and related experience. See 2.1.8 Recognizing Prior Learning. Normally, a minimum average of B (GPA 3.0) is required for admittance.