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The Language, Literacy, and Technology graduate program prepares graduates for academic and leadership positions in teaching, research, and service with a focus on equity and social justice. The graduate program in Language, Literacy, and Technology includes a broad curriculum of study, including foundational courses in: literacy within the disciplines, the study of computer-assisted language and literacy development, and communicating in a multilingual and multiliterate society.
Students may earn a non-thesis practitioners degree in Master of Education (Ed.M.), available on all four campuses; or the thesis research degree in Master of Arts (M.A.), offered on Pullman or Spokane campuses.
Applicants must complete the departmental application form as part of the application packet as well as apply directly to the WSU Graduate School.