MASTER’S DEGREE PROGRAMS
The Department of Literacy, Language and Culture offers courses that reflect a balanced approach to literacy learning and prepares educational professionals to work effectively with diverse student populations in K-8 general, bilingual, and English as a New Language (ENL) classrooms. The coursework prepares candidates to apply foundational knowledge from literacy, linguistics and language acquisition theory and to develop, implement, and manage culturally and linguistically responsive instruction, performance tasks , and assessments in the K-8 classroom.
- Master of Arts in Education – Literacy
- Master of Education in Bilingual Education
- Master of Education in English as a New Language
- Endorsement in English as a New Language (K-12)
DOCTORAL’S DEGREE IN CURRICULUM & INSTRUCTION, with an emphasis on LANGUAGE, LITERACY, AND CULTURE
The College of Education at Boise State University has an option to earn a doctoral degree in curriculum and instruction with an focus on literacy, language and culture.
Dr. Roger Stewart
Office: Education Building 503