WKU’s Master of Arts in Education in Literacy Education is now available online, offering added convenience and flexibility for students.
“Our MAE in Literacy Education creates leadership opportunities for reading professionals,” said Dr. Pam Petty, program advisor. “Now that the program is available online, students have more options.”
Petty said that M.A.E. in Literacy Education graduates are prepared to be diagnosticians, clinicians and literacy leaders within their classrooms, their schools and the greater field of education. “We try to make our MAE program exciting and meaningful, giving educators the knowledge and skill-sets to develop, implement and evaluate literacy programs both within and out of school settings,” she said.
The degree is a 36-hour program. Students can complete the program online, face-to-face or by combining both formats to meet their needs. Students may select either a thesis or non-thesis option.
For information on the new Online M.A.E. in Literacy Education or other online programs, contact Danita Eysenbach, student support specialist in Distance Learning, at (270) 745-5173 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Distance Learning is a unit of the Division of Extended Learning & Outreach.