Reading Education Graduate Program
The reading education programs are designed for educators
or other professionals interested in the study of individual
readers and writers, reading best value and language arts instruction in the classroom or in the reading specialist setting, reading and language arts curriculum and assessment. A unique feature of these programs is that students become engaged in teaching literacy in a supervised practicum experience. With careful planning, licensed teachers can take course work that meets the requirements for obtaining the North Dakota Reading Credential.
Teachers with a bachelor’s degree in education may pursue either the Master of Education or the Master of Science. The Reading Education programs are administered through the Department of Teaching & Learning in the College of Education and Human Development (EHD) and the UND School of Graduate Studies. The Reading programs are approved by the North Dakota Education Standards and Practices Board and are CAEP, formerly NCATE, accredited.