Department of Elementary Education, Woodring College of Education
Carney, Joanne, PhD.
Carroll, David, PhD.
Chu, Marilyn, PhD.
Coskie, Tracy, PhD.
Dagnon, Paula, PhD.
French, Kristen, EdD.
Green, Jennifer, PhD.
Hughes, Eileen, PhD.
Johnson, Nancy, PhD.
Larson, Bruce, PhD.
Lees, Anna, PhD
McClanahan, Lauren, PhD.
Miller, Matthew, PhD.
Riddle Buly, Marsha, PhD.
Timmons Flores, Maria, PhD.
Graduate Program Advisors: Dr. Tracy Coskie, Miller Hall 305A, 360-650-2164; Dr. Marsha Riddle Buly, Miller Hall 305B, 360-650-7348.
The MEd – Language and Literacy has four main components: foundations, core study, independent research, and study in a concentration area. May provide Washington state additional endorsement in reading, ESOL, or bilingual education.
Program Application/Admission Requirements
Candidates must meet the requirements of the Graduate School (see pages 58-59) in addition to the following departmental requirements:
- Specific Test Requirements: Miller Analogies Test or Graduate Record Exam, General Test.
- Supporting Materials:
- A résumé
- A statement of purpose for seeking the MEd, not to exceed one page
- An on-campus interview (only if requested by the department)
- In limited cases, students who do not meet the departmental requirements for full admission may be granted provisional admission by the Graduate School.
Students’ applications are first reviewed by the Graduate School before consideration for admission to a specific program. No graduate Record Exams (GRE) or Miller Analogies Test (MAT) is required if an applicant holds an advanced degree.