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Online Colleges for Literacy & Reading

The gift of reading and literacy is one of the greatest achievements teachers can give to their students. Whether teaching phonics to a child, helping an adult master a new language or honing the comprehension skills of more advanced readers, those who work in literacy and reading careers do the important work of helping people understand everything from street signs to scientific treatises. Those who wish to foster greater understanding of literacy in their students often pursue a master's degree in reading and literacy so they can better assess their student's needs and design their curriculum to support their development.

Just as there are many literacy and reading careers, there are a variety of degree programs related to this field. Using data provided by the National Center for Education Statistics' Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS), we have compiled a list of 10 notable colleges where working educators and graduate students can advance their competencies in literacy and reading online, making it easier to keep a current teaching post while still progressing one's career. You can read more about the methodology we used to create this featured list at the bottom of this page.

1

Northeastern State University

Tuition & Fees/Year Tuition and fees per year refers to the average in-state tuition and required fees for full-time undergraduates and, if applicable, graduate students as of 2016, according to the National Center for Education Statistics.
$5,547
Distance Education Participation Distance Education Participation refers to the percentage of students taking either some or all of the courses via distance education, according to the National Center for Education Statistics.
48.72%
Number of Programs Offered Number of programs offered refers to the count of degrees and certificates offered via distance education at any level as of 2016, according to the National Center for Education Statistics
9
School Type
4-year

Northeastern State University's online Master of Education in reading degree program was designed to meet instructor competencies established by the International Reading Association (IRA), as well as the Oklahoma State Objectives for Reading Specialists. The program requires 32 semester hours to complete, and students also must complete a capstone course in contemporary literacy research. The following topics are emphasized throughout the program curriculum:

  • Literacy curriculum development
  • Effective instruction
  • Student assessment

Prospective students must have at least a 2.75 grade point average in their final 60 hours of undergraduate study, or a 2.5 GPA for all undergraduate work. They also must be qualified to hold a State of Oklahoma teaching license and take the Miller Analogies Test (MAT) or the GRE General Test in their first 16 credit hours of graduate study. Northeastern State University is notable for having the highest admissions rate out of all 10 institutions on our list.

Accreditation:

  • Higher Learning Commission (HLC)

Location:

600 N. Grand Ave.
Tahlequah OK 74464-2399
2

University of West Georgia

Tuition & Fees/Year Tuition and fees per year refers to the average in-state tuition and required fees for full-time undergraduates and, if applicable, graduate students as of 2016, according to the National Center for Education Statistics.
$6,143
Distance Education Participation Distance Education Participation refers to the percentage of students taking either some or all of the courses via distance education, according to the National Center for Education Statistics.
46.95%
Number of Programs Offered Number of programs offered refers to the count of degrees and certificates offered via distance education at any level as of 2016, according to the National Center for Education Statistics
16
School Type
4-year

A school dedicated to professional excellence, the University of West Georgia offers a fully online Master of Education in reading graduate degree program that requires 30 credit hours to complete. Coursework is based on International Reading Association standards and approaches complex topics such as literacy theory and research, curriculum development, student assessment and similar areas of study as they pertain to childhood literacy development. Prospective students in the master's degree program must have a 2.7 grade point average in their undergraduate studies and be qualified for a level 4 teaching certificate.

Accreditation:

  • Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC)
  • Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation

Location:

1601 Maple St.
Carrollton, GA 30118-0001
3

University of North Carolina at Charlotte

Tuition & Fees/Year Tuition and fees per year refers to the average in-state tuition and required fees for full-time undergraduates and, if applicable, graduate students as of 2016, according to the National Center for Education Statistics.
$6,532
Distance Education Participation Distance Education Participation refers to the percentage of students taking either some or all of the courses via distance education, according to the National Center for Education Statistics.
21.64%
Number of Programs Offered Number of programs offered refers to the count of degrees and certificates offered via distance education at any level as of 2016, according to the National Center for Education Statistics
15
School Type
4-year

A member of the esteemed 17-institution University of North Carolina System, the University of North Carolina at Charlotte boasted a student body of 28,700 in the fall of 2015. UNC-Charlotte's Master of Education in reading education degree program requires 33 credit hours to finish. The program was designed to help literary specialists and working teachers in K-12 positions improve their instructional programs for the sake of promoting student literacy, and its curriculum includes:

  • 12 credit hours of study in literacy and technology
  • 9 credit hours of study in student assessment and instructional methods
  • 9 credit hours of study in content and pedagogical knowledge
  • 3 hours of study in leadership

Prospective applicants must have a bachelor's degree from an accredited university and submit their GRE or MAT scores. UNC-Charlotte is notable for having the single highest graduation rate out of all ten schools featured here on this list.

Accreditation:

  • Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC)

Location:

9201 University City Blvd.
Charlotte, NC 28223-0001
4

Missouri State University-Springfield

Tuition & Fees/Year Tuition and fees per year refers to the average in-state tuition and required fees for full-time undergraduates and, if applicable, graduate students as of 2016, according to the National Center for Education Statistics.
$7,060
Distance Education Participation Distance Education Participation refers to the percentage of students taking either some or all of the courses via distance education, according to the National Center for Education Statistics.
28.86%
Number of Programs Offered Number of programs offered refers to the count of degrees and certificates offered via distance education at any level as of 2016, according to the National Center for Education Statistics
41
School Type
4-year

Missouri State University at Springfield had a total enrollment of 22,273 students in fall of 2016, and more than 3,700 of those students lived outside the state of Missouri. Missouri State Online offers a Master of Science in education-literacy degree program that requires a total of 39 credits to complete. Students of the program complete 13 courses that provide in-depth exploration of a wide range of advanced literary concepts. The final course -- research concepts in literacy -- can be completed either as a thesis or as a research seminar with a detailed research paper. Students also must complete a six credit-hour clinical that can be done in their own district or under the supervision of MSU faculty. Admission to the M.S. literary program at MSU requires teacher certification by a state or national board and a minimum GPA of 3.0 in undergraduate studies. Impressively, Missouri State University-Springfield had both the second-highest admissions and graduation rate of any institution in this featured list.

Accreditation:

  • Higher Learning Commission (HLC)
  • Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation

Location:

901 S. National Ave.
Springfield, MO 65897
5

University of the Cumberlands

Tuition & Fees/Year Tuition and fees per year refers to the average in-state tuition and required fees for full-time undergraduates and, if applicable, graduate students as of 2016, according to the National Center for Education Statistics.
$21,000
Distance Education Participation Distance Education Participation refers to the percentage of students taking either some or all of the courses via distance education, according to the National Center for Education Statistics.
75.72%
Number of Programs Offered Number of programs offered refers to the count of degrees and certificates offered via distance education at any level as of 2016, according to the National Center for Education Statistics
31
School Type
4-year

University of the Cumberlands is a small Baptist institution located in Williamsburg that was founded in 1888. Annual enrollment is approximately 3,300 students. The university offers 12 graduate programs, including its Master of Arts in education. Students who enroll in the program can choose from one of three concentrations:

  • Literacy specialist
  • School counseling
  • Teacher leader

The Master of Education degree at University of the Cumberlands is a 30-hour program that includes nine credit hours of study in core education classes, 15 credit hours in the degree concentration, and six credit hours of study in professional coursework such as literacy leadership. Students must have a valid teaching credential to be admitted into the program. It is quite the popular program to be admitted into, too, seeing as the university scored second highest of the ten schools on this list for the percentage of literacy and reading degrees it awarded in 2015.

Accreditation:

  • Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC)

Location:

6191 College Station Dr.
Williamsburg, KY 40769
6

Spring Arbor University

Tuition & Fees/Year Tuition and fees per year refers to the average in-state tuition and required fees for full-time undergraduates and, if applicable, graduate students as of 2016, according to the National Center for Education Statistics.
$25,510
Distance Education Participation Distance Education Participation refers to the percentage of students taking either some or all of the courses via distance education, according to the National Center for Education Statistics.
16.55%
Number of Programs Offered Number of programs offered refers to the count of degrees and certificates offered via distance education at any level as of 2016, according to the National Center for Education Statistics
11
School Type
4-year

Spring Arbor University has 13 campus locations in Michigan and one in Toledo, Ohio, as well as its online university. This expansive university offers a fully online Master of Arts in reading degree program. The 12-course degree path requires 38 credits to complete and can be completed in 24 months by full-time students. Coursework is designed to give educators the skills needed to lead and plan literacy initiatives in grades K-12. Students who complete the program and pass the State of Michigan Test of Teacher Certification are awarded the Reading Specialist endorsement with their teaching credential.

Spring Arbor University does not requires prospective students to take the GRE or GMAT tests as a prerequisite for acceptance into the program; program applicants are required to have at least a 3.0 GPA in undergraduate studies to be considered for acceptance, however. In an admirable display of both achievement and consistency, Spring Arbor earned third place for graduation rate, admissions rate and percentage of literacy and reading degrees awarded in 2015.

Accreditation:

  • Higher Learning Commission (HLC)

Location:

106 E. Main St.
Spring Arbor, MI 49283-9799
7

Georgia Southern University

Tuition & Fees/Year Tuition and fees per year refers to the average in-state tuition and required fees for full-time undergraduates and, if applicable, graduate students as of 2016, according to the National Center for Education Statistics.
$6,273
Distance Education Participation Distance Education Participation refers to the percentage of students taking either some or all of the courses via distance education, according to the National Center for Education Statistics.
27.98%
Number of Programs Offered Number of programs offered refers to the count of degrees and certificates offered via distance education at any level as of 2016, according to the National Center for Education Statistics
29
School Type
4-year

Through its online college, Georgia Southern University had students from all 50 states and 88 countries in 2016. This international hub of a college offers three online programs for reading educators:

  • Master's in Education in reading education: A 36-credit-hour program focused on changes in today's world of literacy. By completing this program and earning a passing score on the GACE Reading Content Assessment, students are qualified for certification as literacy teachers for grades K-12, as well as for providing instructional support for other literacy instructors.
  • Educational Specialist in reading education: A 33-credit-hour program created for teachers who already hold a master's degree, but are seeking additional graduate-level instruction on leadership, research and careful examination of issues surrounding reading instruction.
  • Classroom Teacher of Reading endorsement: A 9-credit-hour program consisting of three classes (approaches to literary instruction; literary assessment and correction; and literacy in content areas,) each selected to help educators prepare for teaching reading at the level of their teaching certification.

Teachers interested in enrolling in the master's degree program at Georgia Southern University must have a bachelor's degree and a level 5 teaching certificate or higher to be considered for the program. The endorsement program requires a bachelor's degree and a level 4 teaching certificate. All three programs have three start dates per year, one each for the fall, spring and summer semesters.

Accreditation:

  • Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC)
  • Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation

Location:

Brannen Hall, Room 2015, 2670 Southern Dr.
Statesboro, GA 30460-8126
8

Minnesota State University, Mankato

Tuition & Fees/Year Tuition and fees per year refers to the average in-state tuition and required fees for full-time undergraduates and, if applicable, graduate students as of 2016, according to the National Center for Education Statistics.
$7,836
Distance Education Participation Distance Education Participation refers to the percentage of students taking either some or all of the courses via distance education, according to the National Center for Education Statistics.
30.65%
Number of Programs Offered Number of programs offered refers to the count of degrees and certificates offered via distance education at any level as of 2016, according to the National Center for Education Statistics
22
School Type
4-year

Founded in 1868, Minnesota State University, Mankato offers 75 graduate programs, including its Master of Science in reading degree, which strives to prepare its students for the Standards for Reading Professionals set forth by the International Reading Association. Educators interested in enrolling in this M.S. degree program must have at least a 3.0 GPA in undergraduate studies or have scored 155 or higher on the verbal section of the GRE exam. Coursework includes study in the following areas:

  • Literacy for culturally and linguistically diverse learners (3 credits)
  • Research methods (6 credits)
  • Capstone work of a creative project, thesis or paper (1-4 credits)
  • Electives in teaching writing (3 credits)
  • Reading licensure (18 credits)
  • Open Electives (2-3 credits)

The university also offers a fully online reading licensure program that requires 18 credits to complete, as well as an 18-month graduate-level certificate in reading program. These smaller, more focused options may be ideal for a person who has already earned a degree in literacy and reading and is looking to nudge their career up to the next level.

Accreditation:

  • Higher Learning Commission (HLC)

Location:

South Rd. and Ellis Ave.
Mankato, MN 56001
9

Jackson State University

Tuition & Fees/Year Tuition and fees per year refers to the average in-state tuition and required fees for full-time undergraduates and, if applicable, graduate students as of 2016, according to the National Center for Education Statistics.
$6,886
Distance Education Participation Distance Education Participation refers to the percentage of students taking either some or all of the courses via distance education, according to the National Center for Education Statistics.
47.02%
Number of Programs Offered Number of programs offered refers to the count of degrees and certificates offered via distance education at any level as of 2016, according to the National Center for Education Statistics
15
School Type
4-year

Jackson State University's online Master of Science in reading degree program is offered in an accelerated format with eight-week classes. Prospective students must have at least a 2.5 GPA in all undergraduate studies, and also have passing scores on the curriculum and instruction sections of the Praxis II exam.

In keeping with its status as a Master of Science, this program takes a scientific approach to literacy education, emphasizing the gathering of individual and collective data to guide one's instruction. Course content is intended to teach students how to diagnose the causes of reading deficiencies and optimize their curriculum and methods based on those findings. The program requires 30 credit hours to complete and includes six credit hours of instruction in reading research and foundation, and 24 credit hours of study in specialized reading coursework.

Accreditation:

  • Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC)

Location:

1400 J.R. Lynch St.
Jackson, MS 39217
10

Marygrove College

Tuition & Fees/Year Tuition and fees per year refers to the average in-state tuition and required fees for full-time undergraduates and, if applicable, graduate students as of 2016, according to the National Center for Education Statistics.
$20,930
Distance Education Participation Distance Education Participation refers to the percentage of students taking either some or all of the courses via distance education, according to the National Center for Education Statistics.
55.51%
Number of Programs Offered Number of programs offered refers to the count of degrees and certificates offered via distance education at any level as of 2016, according to the National Center for Education Statistics
12
School Type
4-year

Marygrove College in Detroit rounds out our list of featured online colleges for master's degree programs in literacy and reading, awarding by far the largest percentage of reading and literacy degrees to its graduating students in 2015. The program responsible for this large number of literacy graduates is Marygrove's Master of Arts in teaching with a focus on elementary reading & literacy.

This laudable program is designed to help elementary school educators become more effective at teaching reading and literacy in younger learners. The program consists of 10 three-credit courses, including six core courses and a capstone project; the capstone project includes a fully developed research paper and video self-analysis of the student's teaching methods and lesson plans. Prospective students do not have to take the GRE or MAT to apply for the program. However, they must hold a valid teaching license and have completed an undergraduate degree from an accredited institution.

Accreditation:

  • Higher Learning Commission (HLC)

Location:

8425 W. McNichols Rd.
Detroit, MI 48221-2599

Degree Overview: Literacy & Reading

The role of the literacy and reading specialist is to provide extra assistance to struggling readers by slowing down coursework and trying different approaches, as well as addressing learning disabilities. Learning how to recognize and approach sources of difficulty for these readers takes place in online programs for literacy and reading. Here's a brief overview of what kinds of courses might be covered in these programs, as well as some of the important skills that might be learned from those courses.

Online Literacy & Reading Courses

Usually, literacy and reading programs are designed for graduate students who have earned undergraduate degrees and teaching credentials and wish to advance their study of reading education. Online education in literacy and reading emphasizes techniques for teaching reading to various age groups, and it helps educators learn how to spot, diagnose and address reading problems. Students in these online programs are expected to study how children learn to read and write, how to develop a curriculum that addresses these skills and how to conduct assessments to measure learning.

Though program specifics vary, online literacy and reading degree programs tend to offer similar coursework. Students are likely to encounter courses such as the following:

  • K-12 reading instruction
  • Literacy assessment and intervention
  • Trends in literacy education
  • Research methods
  • Child cognitive development

Students often will take courses that introduce them to good reading materials for specific age groups, then discuss methods for instruction and discussion about them. And as completion of the program draws near, students should expect to conduct their own research projects as part of capstone, independent study or thesis projects.

Career-Related Skills to Develop

Literacy and reading specialists work with struggling readers on a one-on-one basis, and the work they do is crucial in preparing their students for the future. Being successful takes not only academic know-how, but also a certain set of character traits and skills -- some of which can be learned, or at least refined, in an online program for literacy and reading.

  • Interpersonal skills: The majority of work that literacy teachers do involves having contact with other people. These professionals are constantly working to instruct or assess student readers, or working with other education professionals to develop instructional plans. Future literacy specialists must be good at interacting with other people. Online courses do not have the face-to-face contact that an on-campus course would, but plenty of social interaction can take place on course forums, chatrooms, emails or group projects. Get used to talking about concepts, research and opinions with your classmates; this can be good preparation for an post-college career!
  • Analytical skills: A large percentage of literacy work involves translating or explaining what research information means and how it can be used to help readers. Future literacy teachers should not only be good at conducting research, but they also should have the ability to make research useful.
  • Creative thinking and problem-solving: No two people learn the same way, and there isn't just one way to teach reading. Literacy teachers need to be good at coming up with creative solutions in order to help students overcome reading challenges. Online literacy and reading degree programs can introduce students to many new techniques to accomplish this goal; learning these new approaches can give teachers new ideas for the classroom, helping to develop this skill.

Literacy and Reading Career Outlook

In today's increasingly international world, the audience of those who need to learn and refine literacy skills is slowly but steadily growing. Reading is a crucial skill, and as such the people who teach it are similarly crucial. For details about the different levels at which literacy and reading careers operate, read on.

Middle School Literacy Instructor
Average Salary Average salary refers to the 2016 mean salary for all U.S. workers in this job, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics
$55,140
Projected Job Openings Projected job openings refers to the estimated number of job openings from 2014-2024, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics
20,100
Projected Job Growth Projected job growth refers to the estimated rate of increase in the number of jobs in this profession from 2014-2024, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
7.1
Entry-level Education This refers to the typical entry-level education needed to obtain a position in a particular job, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, 2016
Bachelor's degree

Middle school literacy instructor careers are for educators who want to bridge the gap between the reading experience that young children already have with the expectations they will encounter when they progress to higher grades. These teachers work closely with students to make assessments about their needs and create plans for them to increase their reading capabilities. This position also requires them to coordinate with other teachers, parents, and school administrators in order to help their students be successful.

Daily activities of these professionals include evaluating and choosing textbooks based on the school's curriculum; creating lesson plans that are appropriate for adolescent learners; and writing and grading assignments and tests.

Secondary School Literacy Instructor
Average Salary Average salary refers to the 2016 mean salary for all U.S. workers in this job, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics
$61,420
Projected Job Openings Projected job openings refers to the estimated number of job openings from 2014-2024, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics
284,000
Projected Job Growth Projected job growth refers to the estimated rate of increase in the number of jobs in this profession from 2014-2024, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
5.8
Entry-level Education This refers to the typical entry-level education needed to obtain a position in a particular job, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, 2016
Bachelor's degree

Teachers who prefer working with high school students can pursue secondary school literacy instructor careers and help teenagers improve their reading skills. In order to be successful, these educators must have strong English language, pedagogical, monitoring and assessment skills. Furthermore, instructors should possess a strong understanding of the psychological principles associated with learning, such as motivation.

The job duties of secondary school literacy instructors include providing support to readers who have higher needs than other students, regularly communicating with parents, and collaborating with other teachers on the best practices for teaching. In addition, these professionals must arrange for accommodations that students with special needs may require.

Adult Basic and Secondary Literacy Instructor
Average Salary Average salary refers to the 2016 mean salary for all U.S. workers in this job, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics
$59,800
Projected Job Openings Projected job openings refers to the estimated number of job openings from 2014-2024, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics
175,500
Projected Job Growth Projected job growth refers to the estimated rate of increase in the number of jobs in this profession from 2014-2024, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
5.9
Entry-level Education This refers to the typical entry-level education needed to obtain a position in a particular job, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, 2016
Bachelor's degree

Adults who need remedial reading education can receive support from people in adult basic and secondary literacy instructor careers. These professionals assign and grade homework; create tests to measure student progress; maintain student records based on applicable policies; and prepare lesson plans. In addition, they help students prepare for the General Educational Development test.

Skills that adult and basic secondary literacy instructors need include speaking, listening, writing, problem solving and instructing abilities. Also, these teachers should have strong technology skills, as they may be required to use specific education software. In order to obtain this job, instructors are required to complete a bachelor's or master's degree, depending on the employer.

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