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Literacy (LITC) Student Learning Outcomes
Literacy for Special Needs Program(206) 296-5759Loyola Hall, Room firstname.lastname@example.org
The program of study for the master's degree is enriched by the curriculum's interdisciplinary approach. Courses are taught by faculty with expertise in all areas of literacy and learning disabilities. Fellow students represent a broad range of professional backgrounds including general education, school psychology, and special education.
College of Education Core (9 credits)
EDUC 500 Introduction to Educational ResearchEDUC 520 Social Justice in Professional Practice EDUC 511 or 512 Child Development or Adolescent Psychology
Literacy Courses (23 credits)
LITC 521 Teaching with Children's and Adolescent LiteratureLITC 522 Seminar in Writing InstructionLITC 524 Literacy Assessment and EvaluationLITC 525 Seminar in Literacy InstructionLITC 526 Literacy in the Content FieldsLITC 527 Specialized Literacy Interventions LITC 528 Practicum: Literacy for Special Needs
Special Education Courses (16 credits)
SPED 540 Introduction to Special Education and Learning DisordersSPED 541 Multicultural/Multilingual Issues in LearningSPED 542 Teaching Students with Learning DisordersSPED 545 School Consultation and InterventionSPSY 564 Individual Educational Assessment
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