Master of Arts in Education
California Reading/Literacy Leadership Specialists Credential (Advanced Credential)
Graduate students can also earn a Reading/Literacy Leadership Specialists Credential (24 units). The mission of the Reading/Literacy Leadership Specialists Credential is to prepare teachers to develop an advanced understanding of the process through which students learn to read and write. Candidates will learn about the normal developmental process ranging from basic literacy skills in emergent/early readers to more advanced literacy skills required by adolescent and adult readers in content and subject matter disciplines. In addition to the admission requirements for the master’s degree, applicants must possess a valid California basic teaching license and have completed three years of teaching experience by the time the credential is awarded.
|Semester||Course Number||Course Title||Units|
|Semester 1 - Fall||LEE 278||Literacy Processes and Practices||3 units|
|Semester 1 - Fall||LEE 213||Teaching the Language Arts K-12||3 units|
|Semester 2 - Spring||LEE 215||Language Issues in Reading||3 units|
|Semester 2 - Spring||LEE 224||Assessment and Development of Reading Abilities||3 units|
|Semester 3 - Fall||LEE 230||Supervised Teaching in Reading/Language Arts||3 units|
|Semester 4 - Spring||LEE 244||Research for Reading Professionals||3 units|
|Semester 5 - Fall||LEE 234||Clinical Experiences in Reading Assessment and Instruction||3 units|
|Semester 5 - Fall||LEE 254||Supervised Field Experiences in Reading||3 units|
Visit the Fresno State Catalog for course descriptions.