Our fully online Master of Education in Literacy and Secondary Language Studies focuses on reading, writing, and speaking as language processes. Our program takes students on a journey to broaden and deepen their understanding of the social, cultural, linguistic and institutional factors that contribute to a learner’s ability to use reading, writing, and speaking in their first or second language. Our program is practitioner-based and students are paired with a faculty mentor throughout their program tenure.
The MEd program and Endorsement Graduate Certificates in Literacy and Secondary Language Studies importantly offers students flexibility in selecting the disciplinary concentration that applies most directly to his/her individual educational and professional goals. Plus, Master of Education students are eligible for a Graduate Incentive Award (GIA) scholarship which equates to 30% off instructional fees and the application fee is waived for Fall 2021 applicants!
You can narrow your coursework to one of the following areas of concentration to tailor your educational experience.
In addition to your faculty mentor, every student enrolled online is assigned a dedicated Academic Advisor as well as a Student Success Coordinator that provides one-on-one support. They are your on-campus partners who can help you manage your time and ensure you’re meeting degree requirements to get you to graduation.
The promotion of literacy and language education is one of the great callings! Fewer missions are more effective than teaching people to read and communicate. Some of the professional opportunities for MEd LSLS graduates are:
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In a society in which employment and economic advancement increasingly depend on more developed and specialized skills, the handicap of illiteracy can only grow more severe. Here is why you should receive your MEd LSLS degree with UC online:
You have the option to provide an original copy of scores taken within five years of the date of application. GRE scores are optional for admission to the Master’s degree program, but are highly recommended to strengthen applications that may be weak in other areas. For example, applicants with less than a minimum undergraduate GPA of 3.0 should include GRE scores with their application.
To ensure we receive the scores, both the university and the program to which scores are sent should be indicated on the order form. The code for University of Cincinnati is 1833. You will then be prompted to select the program to which your scores are to be sent. Information on the procedures for taking the Graduate Record Examination can be obtained from http://www.ets.org/gre.
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The Graduate Record Examination is offered regularly on the University of Cincinnati’s campus:
100 University Pavilion, 2618 McMicken Circle Cincinnati, OH 45221 513-556-7173
The University of Cincinnati is one of the first institutions to offer online courses. Innovation in education is at the forefront of what we do. We have expanded the convenience and quality of our online learning to online degree programs. Today, we offer nearly 100 degrees from undergraduate to doctoral programs.
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