Literacy in Post-Secondary Settings, Certificate (0462)
Department website: http://www.wku.edu/ste/
Andrea Paganelli, firstname.lastname@example.org, (270) 745-4420
The Literacy in Post-Secondary Settings Certificate provides graduate students with essential skills and instructional strategies to provide support for literacy learners and aligns with the Senate Bill 1 (2009) mandate for P-20 alignment of the Kentucky Core Academic Standards for English/Language Arts. This 18 credit-hour certificate is appropriate for, but not limited to, instructors at community colleges, technical schools, and adult education institutions. Courses within the Literacy in Post-Secondary Settings Certificate are not appropriate for certified teachers and do not count toward the MAE-Literacy Education degree program.
Persons applying to the Literacy in Post-Secondary Settings Certificate must be admitted to the Graduate School, and submit an application, two letters of recommendation, and statement of professional goals. For applicants from non-English speaking countries a minimum TOEFL paper score of 550, or a score of 79 on the internet based test, is required.
Graduate School Admission
Please refer to the admission section of this catalog for Graduate School admission requirements.
Program Requirements (18 hours)
|LTCY 500||Fundamentals of Reading and Related Language Arts||3|
|LTCY 501||Reading and Writing for Learning||3|
|LTCY 502||Differentiating Literacy Instruction||3|
|LTCY 503||Assessment and Evaluation of Reading and Writing||3|
|LTCY 504||Strategy-Based Reading and Writing Intervention||3|
|LTCY 505||Job-Embedded Literacy Methods||3|