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MA in Language & Literacy College of Education

About MA in Language & Literacy

About This Program

The Master of Arts in Language and Literacy is a 30-unit program designed for the administrator, the classroom teacher, and the specialist teacher of language and literacy for pre-K thru adults. The program uses a hybrid online/in-person model, with 70% and 100% online options, making it easier for working professionals to participate.

The courses in the program provide you with field experiences, a venue to research your own literacy, past, and future, as well as answers to so many of those literacy questions that plague all effective reading teachers.

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Program Introduction

Program Outcomes

This degree prepares teachers:

  • To work with students with reading difficulties.
  • For language and literacy leadership roles at school and district levels.

You’ll leave ready to assume such roles as:

  • Literacy coach
  • Professional developer
  • Instructional designer
  • Leadership roles in language arts

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College of Education, MA in Language & Literacy
Eureka Hall, Room 401
Mon. – Fri. 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.

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Phone: (916) 278-6639

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