Literacy Education (Grades 5-12) Online Program

    INSTANT ADMISSION DAY: APRIL 5, 2017

    Graduates of this program have met the educational requirements to receive professional teaching certification in New York State. The Graduate Literacy Education Programs build upon initial skills and knowledge and further develop educational professional coaches and leaders who are committed to academic and professional excellence, the best research-based teaching practices, and empowerment, respecting diversity and social justice.

    If you have a Masters in Education, and you're interested in getting certified in Literacy Education, you may do so by taking only a few graduate courses that SUNY Oneonta offers. Contact the Elementary Education program at 607-436-3176 for details!

    Degree Requirements

    • A minimum of 30 s.h. of planned and approved course work as follows:

    Theoretical and Knowledge Base I: 12 s.h.
    EDUC 546 Reading & Writing to Learn in the Content Areas
    EDUC 623 Foundations of Literacy Development
    EDUC 631 Writing Process in Literacy Programs
    ENED 536 Literature for the Secondary Student

    Theoretical and Knowledge Base II: 6 s.h.
    EDUC 634 Trends and Issues in Literacy

    One Elective (select from the following):
    EDUC 577 Issues in Diversity and Education
    EDUC 637 Adaptive Instructional Strategies and Materials for Secondary Education
    EPSY 525 Measurement and Appraisal for Teachers
    EPSY 537 Learning Disabilities and Adolescents
    EPSY 551 Advanced Adolescent Growth and Development
    SPED 512 Applied Behavior Analysis
    CNED 602 Consultation in Educational Settings

    Assessment and Research I : 6 s.h.
    EDUC 636 Literacy Assessment
    EDUC 655 Seminar in Graduate Study: Project Proposal

    Assessment and Research II : 6 s.h.
    EDUC 645 Literacy Assessment Practicum (Grades 5 - 12))
    EDUC 695 Seminar in Graduate Study: Master’s Project and Practicum

    Total 30 s.h.

    • Minimum GPA of 3.0.
    • Students must successfully complete an action-based research project as specified in EDUC 695.
    • Students must fulfill all degree requirements within six years.

    Admission Requirements:

    All students applying for admission to degree status are required to:

    • Submit a completed application and the non-refundable fee. Application fee waived for SUNY Oneonta Alumni.
    • Submit a copy of New York State initial teaching certification in a functionally relevant area.*
    • Provide evidence of completion of a bachelor’s degree in a functionally related area.
    • Have achieved an undergraduate GPA of 3.0 overall. 
    • Have earned at least 3 credits of developmental psychology, child or adolescent development.
    • Have earned at least 6 credits in reading or the teaching of reading.
    • Submit an essay outlining your specific academic areas of interest and your career goals. What do you anticipate doing in the next ten-year period?
    • Application deadline: Rolling.
    • Fall, spring and summer admission.**

    APPLY ONLINE

    Graduate Tuition and Fees

    * Teaching certificates from other states are considered and may be forthcoming.

    ** Applicants for fall and spring admission to the Literacy 5-12 program are limited to choosing part-time study only. For summer admission, you have the choice of full or part time study.

     

    For important information about how online literacy clinic courses are conducted, please contact our literacy program coordinator, Dr. Sasha Ramlal, at Sasha.Ramlal@oneonta.edu.

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    Literacy Education (Grades 5-12) Online Program

    INSTANT ADMISSION DAY: APRIL 5, 2017

    Graduates of this program have met the educational requirements to receive professional teaching certification in New York State. The Graduate Literacy Education Programs build upon initial skills and knowledge and further develop educational professional coaches and leaders who are committed to academic and professional excellence, the best research-based teaching practices, and empowerment, respecting diversity and social justice.

    If you have a Masters in Education, and you're interested in getting certified in Literacy Education, you may do so by taking only a few graduate courses that SUNY Oneonta offers. Contact the Elementary Education program at 607-436-3176 for details!

    Degree Requirements

    • A minimum of 30 s.h. of planned and approved course work as follows:

    Theoretical and Knowledge Base I: 12 s.h.
    EDUC 546 Reading & Writing to Learn in the Content Areas
    EDUC 623 Foundations of Literacy Development
    EDUC 631 Writing Process in Literacy Programs
    ENED 536 Literature for the Secondary Student

    Theoretical and Knowledge Base II: 6 s.h.
    EDUC 634 Trends and Issues in Literacy

    One Elective (select from the following):
    EDUC 577 Issues in Diversity and Education
    EDUC 637 Adaptive Instructional Strategies and Materials for Secondary Education
    EPSY 525 Measurement and Appraisal for Teachers
    EPSY 537 Learning Disabilities and Adolescents
    EPSY 551 Advanced Adolescent Growth and Development
    SPED 512 Applied Behavior Analysis
    CNED 602 Consultation in Educational Settings

    Assessment and Research I : 6 s.h.
    EDUC 636 Literacy Assessment
    EDUC 655 Seminar in Graduate Study: Project Proposal

    Assessment and Research II : 6 s.h.
    EDUC 645 Literacy Assessment Practicum (Grades 5 - 12))
    EDUC 695 Seminar in Graduate Study: Master’s Project and Practicum

    Total 30 s.h.

    • Minimum GPA of 3.0.
    • Students must successfully complete an action-based research project as specified in EDUC 695.
    • Students must fulfill all degree requirements within six years.

    Admission Requirements:

    All students applying for admission to degree status are required to:

    • Submit a completed application and the non-refundable fee. Application fee waived for SUNY Oneonta Alumni.
    • Submit a copy of New York State initial teaching certification in a functionally relevant area.*
    • Provide evidence of completion of a bachelor’s degree in a functionally related area.
    • Have achieved an undergraduate GPA of 3.0 overall. 
    • Have earned at least 3 credits of developmental psychology, child or adolescent development.
    • Have earned at least 6 credits in reading or the teaching of reading.
    • Submit an essay outlining your specific academic areas of interest and your career goals. What do you anticipate doing in the next ten-year period?
    • Application deadline: Rolling.
    • Fall, spring and summer admission.**

    APPLY ONLINE

    Graduate Tuition and Fees

    * Teaching certificates from other states are considered and may be forthcoming.

    ** Applicants for fall and spring admission to the Literacy 5-12 program are limited to choosing part-time study only. For summer admission, you have the choice of full or part time study.

     

    For important information about how online literacy clinic courses are conducted, please contact our literacy program coordinator, Dr. Sasha Ramlal, at Sasha.Ramlal@oneonta.edu.

    Literacy Education (Grades 5-12) Online Program

    INSTANT ADMISSION DAY: APRIL 5, 2017

    Graduates of this program have met the educational requirements to receive professional teaching certification in New York State. The Graduate Literacy Education Programs build upon initial skills and knowledge and further develop educational professional coaches and leaders who are committed to academic and professional excellence, the best research-based teaching practices, and empowerment, respecting diversity and social justice.

    If you have a Masters in Education, and you're interested in getting certified in Literacy Education, you may do so by taking only a few graduate courses that SUNY Oneonta offers. Contact the Elementary Education program at 607-436-3176 for details!

    Degree Requirements

    • A minimum of 30 s.h. of planned and approved course work as follows:

    Theoretical and Knowledge Base I: 12 s.h.
    EDUC 546 Reading & Writing to Learn in the Content Areas
    EDUC 623 Foundations of Literacy Development
    EDUC 631 Writing Process in Literacy Programs
    ENED 536 Literature for the Secondary Student

    Theoretical and Knowledge Base II: 6 s.h.
    EDUC 634 Trends and Issues in Literacy

    One Elective (select from the following):
    EDUC 577 Issues in Diversity and Education
    EDUC 637 Adaptive Instructional Strategies and Materials for Secondary Education
    EPSY 525 Measurement and Appraisal for Teachers
    EPSY 537 Learning Disabilities and Adolescents
    EPSY 551 Advanced Adolescent Growth and Development
    SPED 512 Applied Behavior Analysis
    CNED 602 Consultation in Educational Settings

    Assessment and Research I : 6 s.h.
    EDUC 636 Literacy Assessment
    EDUC 655 Seminar in Graduate Study: Project Proposal

    Assessment and Research II : 6 s.h.
    EDUC 645 Literacy Assessment Practicum (Grades 5 - 12))
    EDUC 695 Seminar in Graduate Study: Master’s Project and Practicum

    Total 30 s.h.

    • Minimum GPA of 3.0.
    • Students must successfully complete an action-based research project as specified in EDUC 695.
    • Students must fulfill all degree requirements within six years.

    Admission Requirements:

    All students applying for admission to degree status are required to:

    • Submit a completed application and the non-refundable fee. Application fee waived for SUNY Oneonta Alumni.
    • Submit a copy of New York State initial teaching certification in a functionally relevant area.*
    • Provide evidence of completion of a bachelor’s degree in a functionally related area.
    • Have achieved an undergraduate GPA of 3.0 overall. 
    • Have earned at least 3 credits of developmental psychology, child or adolescent development.
    • Have earned at least 6 credits in reading or the teaching of reading.
    • Submit an essay outlining your specific academic areas of interest and your career goals. What do you anticipate doing in the next ten-year period?
    • Application deadline: Rolling.
    • Fall, spring and summer admission.**

    APPLY ONLINE

    Graduate Tuition and Fees

    * Teaching certificates from other states are considered and may be forthcoming.

    ** Applicants for fall and spring admission to the Literacy 5-12 program are limited to choosing part-time study only. For summer admission, you have the choice of full or part time study.

     

    For important information about how online literacy clinic courses are conducted, please contact our literacy program coordinator, Dr. Sasha Ramlal, at Sasha.Ramlal@oneonta.edu.

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