The Department of Curriculum, Foundations, and Reading provides a service function to all other programs in the College. Undergraduate and graduate level courses are offered in the areas of educational foundations, educational psychology, curriculum theory and development, reading education, and educational research. The Department also offers several graduate degree programs: a master’s degree program in reading education and in evaluation, assessment, research, and learning; an education specialist degree program in reading education; and a doctoral degree program in curriculum studies. In addition to degree programs, the department offers the reading endorsement, the urban education endorsement and graduate certificates in applied research and evaluation and in curriculum and pedagogy for social justice.
The department provides the urban education undergraduate endorsement and courses for all other programs in the College of Education. Undergraduate courses are offered in the areas of educational foundations, educational psychology, reading education, and educational research. The department also provides three pre-professional block (PPB) courses.
ProgramsUndergraduate Endorsement(s)Master’s Program(s)Specialist Program(s)Doctoral Program(s)Graduate Certificate(s)Graduate Endorsement(s)