Grow professionally and lead with confidence with a Master of Education degree from Cumberland University.
The M.Ed. Reading Specialist emphasis prepares licensure candidates the opportunity to meet the TN Department of Education’s requirements for the K-12 Reading Specialist additional endorsement. The Reading Specialist program requires that candidates have completed a minimum of 3 years of teaching experience and hold a valid Tennessee Teaching license.
The mission of the Master of Education Reading Specialist program is to promote a deep understanding of literacy with multiple opportunities to demonstrate effective instructional practices that support literacy development for all students.
In Cumberland University’s M.Ed.Reading Specialist program you will learn how to improve teaching resources and student achievement through transformational school leadership. Students graduate from this program with a deep understanding of literacy development and leadership in today’s schools.
What our graduates say
“Cumberland University’s Master of Education in Instructional Leadership is an exceptional program that thoroughly prepared me to serve in an administrative role. Not only did the program teach me how to be an instructional leader through data analysis and best practice research, it taught me how to collaborate with stakeholders and problem solve through some of today’s most important educational topics. The faculty and staff are fantastic and are always willing to assist in any way necessary. It’s truly like a “family,” and I am so blessed to have been given the opportunity to continue my education at CU.”
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If you have any questions or need any help through your next steps, please don’t hesitate to reach out to Program Director, Sandy Smith at (615) 547-1327 or email email@example.com. We’re here to help guide you through this process and discuss your future at Cumberland University.
The Admissions Office is open Monday through Friday from 8am to 4:30pm CST. Please contact the Admissions Office at 615-547-1246 locally or 615-547-1211 to speak with our Graduate Enrollment Specialist or email firstname.lastname@example.org.