Too many children struggle with reading. With Hamline’s K-12 Reading Additional Licensure program, educators gain the knowledge and experience to optimize student reading achievement.
With a K-12 Reading License from Hamline, you will:
Program delivery: Online and on-campus offeringsProgram start: Fall, spring, and summer termsTime to complete: 12 monthsCurriculum: 15 credits and 4 field experiences
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Participate in at least one field experience at the elementary, middle, and high school levels. You may also work with students in your own educational setting.
Candidates are required to pass the Reading Teacher Test as part of the Minnesota Teacher Licensure Examinations to receive a license. Optional test preparation is available through Hamline.
Your coursework in the K-12 Reading Additional License program may be applied to fulfill elective requirements in the Master of Arts in Literacy Education and the Master of Arts in Education.
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Contact a Graduate Admission counselor and request information to learn more about enrolling in the Additional Licensure program.
Hamline University, like all higher education institutions, must follow individual state regulations before enrolling students outside of Minnesota in its online programs. Hamline can enroll students residing in most states, but please confirm whether your state is among the eligible states.
Hamline University is committed to providing outstanding online education. If you have a question, concern, or complaint about your online education experience at Hamline, please review our complaint process for online education at Hamline.
Once you have completed the requirements of the Autism Spectrum Disorder Certificate, you may request your printed certificate. Orders are processed at the end of fall, spring, and summer semesters; you can expect to receive your certificate four to six weeks after you submit your request.
Grow your literacy expertise with an additional license in K-12 Reading.
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