Literacy Education

Program of Study

Once admitted you will consult with the program advisor, Leah McNally, at 212-992-9368 or Nathan Tovar, at 212-998-5490, to plan a program of study. At that time you will be assigned to a faculty adviser who will be able to offer further guidance in terms of program and career-related decisions.

MA in Literacy Education (LITB), Birth-Grade 6
Program of Study (30 Points)

Course Number

Title of Course

Points

LITC-GE 2010 First and Second Language Development: Building a Foundation for Literacy 3 pts.
LITC-GE 2011 Literacy Assessment 3 pts.
LITC-GE 2012 Reading Theory and Practices in Early Childhood/Childhood 3 pts.
LITC-GE 2013 Writing Theory and Practices in Early Childhood/Childhood 3 pts.
LITC-GE 2016 Policies and Politics of Literacy 3 pts.
LITC-GE 2017 Texts, Tools, and Culture 3 pts.
LITC-GE 2065 Facilitating School Literacy Reform 3 pts.
LITC-GE 2991 Clinical Literacy Practicum in Early Childhood/Childhood 3 pts.
Electives (6 credits) - Two graduate level courses that may taken at any point in the program.
Total Credits: 30 credits

 

MA in Literacy Education (LITC), Grades 5-12
Program of Study(30 Points)

Course Number

Title of Course

Points

LITC-GE 2010 First and Second Language Development: Building a Foundation for Literacy 3 pts.
LITC-GE 2011 Literacy Assessment 3 pts.
LITC-GE 2014 Reading Theory and Practices in Middle Childhood/Adolescence 3 pts.
LITC-GE 2015 Writing Theory and Practices in Middle Childhood/Adolescence 3 pts.
LITC-GE 2016 Policies and Politics of Literacy 3 pts.
LITC-GE 2017 Texts, Tools, and Culture or ENGED-GE 2521, ENGED-GE 2577 3 pts.
LITC-GE 2065 Facilitating School Literacy Reform 3 pts.
LITC-GE 2992 Clinical Literacy Practicum in Middle Childhood/Adolescence 3 pts.
Electives (6 credits) - Two graduate level courses that may taken at any point in the program.
Total Credits: 30 credits