MAE Program of Study

2016 Cohort

Tentative course schedule

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Fall 2016

LITED 6212 Methods and Materials in Literacy Education -- 3 unit(s)

Spring 2017

LITED 6239 Advanced Literacy Studies -- 3 unit(s)

Summer 2017

LITED 6240 Language Development and Variability -- 3 unit(s)

MEASRES 6205 Educational Research -- 3 unit(s)

Fall 2017

LITED 6245 Ideological, Cultural and Sociopolitical Issues in Children's Literature -- 3 unit(s)

Spring 2018

LITED 6238 Advanced Assessment and Evaluation of Literacy Development -- 3 unit(s)

LITED 6299 Research

-- 1-2 unit(s)

Summer 2018

ELEMECML 6201 Issues and Trends in Curriculum -- 3 unit(s)

LITED 6260 Roles of the Reading Specialist -- 3 unit(s)

Fall 2018

EDPSYCH 6214 Foundations of Instructional Psychology -- 3 unit(s)

LITED 6299 Research

-- 1-2 unit(s)

Spring 2019

LITED 6290 Practicum -- 3 unit(s)

LITED 6299 Research

-- 1-2 unit(s)

Research requirement options

Students in this program of study have the choice to write either a research paper or research thesis. The focus of the research area develops from individual interests as students progress through the program of study. Students writing the research thesis will enroll for 2 hours in each Research course.

Course delivery

Courses in this program are offered via interactive video conferencing methods (including the Adobe Connect) on Tuesdays during fall and spring semesters. Some courses and coursework are offered online using eLearning, a Blackboard learning management system requiring Internet access and a web browser.

While most students encounter very few technical difficulties with our online courses, our team of support specialists is available to assist you as needed.

Services and support

Support services such as access to the UNI Rod Library, UNI Financial Aid and technical assistance will be readily available.