Cabrini has a reputation as a leader in the field of literacy.
The program is designed to provide opportunities for inquiry into reading and language arts from historical, sociocultural, psycholinguistic, and cognitive or information-processing perspectives.
A focus is put on the interrelation of reading and communication arts, as well as literacy development and programs in diverse cultural contexts.
Please note, international students must be enrolled full-time at Cabrini to be eligible for admission.
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Total Credits: 36
Curriculum Model All courses are three-credit courses.
Cluster 1: Master of Education Core
Cluster 2: Entry-Level Courses for CertificationPrerequisites: EDG 598, 521, and 501
Cluster 3: Mid-Level Courses for CertificationPrerequisites: EDG 598, 521, 501, and 522
Cluster 4: Culminating Courses for Certification Though coursework might not be completed, candidates should begin compiling documentation for Exit Portfolio.
Specialty-area Praxis II exam for Reading Specialist (Test Code 5301)Praxis testing is a series of standardized required as part of certification.
An exit portfolio is required.
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