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Lehman College - Literacy Studies Graduate Information Session
Literacy Studies M.S.Ed. (Birth - Grade 6 or Grades 5-12): The 36-credit Program in Literacy Studies leads to a Master of Science in Education degree. Registered in New York State, the program leads to professional certification in teaching literacy in two different concentrations: Birth- Grade 6 and Grades 5 –12.

Literacy Studies Dual Certification (Grades 1-6): The Literacy Studies program offers a dual certification program in Literacy and Special Education. The program is designed for teachers who have already had an initial certification in elementary or childhood education. This 45-48 credit program will lead to professional certification in Literacy, Birth-Grade 6 and initial certification in teaching Students with Disabilities (SWD), Grades 1-6. The dual certification program will prepare qualified candidates to acquire knowledge, skills, expertise, and dispositions so that they can teach literacy skills to different type of learners, particularly develop the proficiencies in teaching literacy to students with disabilities.

Literacy Studies Advanced Certificate (Birth - Grade 6 or Grade 5 - Grade 12): This program will be offered to students who already possess a Master’s degree and a New York State (NYS) initial or professional certification in any subject area. The Advanced Certificate will enable them to become certified to teach Literacy 5-12 grades or Literacy birth - 6 grade in NYS in addition to their base certificate. This program requires 12 credits in Literacy core content and 6 credits applying content and pedagogical knowledge in a clinical/ practicum experience.

May 4, 2022 05:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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