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Structured Language and Literacy Intervention

Graduate Certificate

Program Overview

If you are a Speech-Language Pathologist, an Educator, or any professional wanting to develop an expertise in identifying and treating literacy disorders to reach all students, this new certificate is for you.

Program Snapshot

Program Type: Full-Time, Part-Time
Location: On-Campus, Online
Credit Hours: 18

Why This Program & What You'll Learn

This certificate is designed for the working professional. Some courses are offered on-campus, some are offered online, and some are a blend of both, hybrid. 

Program Highlights

This is a joint partnership between The Herbert H. and Grace A. Dow College of Health Professions Communication Sciences and Disorders program and the College of Education and Human Services Teacher and Professional Development program. You'll build your skill set with courses in Supporting Students with Literacy Disorders, Knowledge of Diverse Readers, Including Dyslexia, Diagnosis and Treatment of Reading Difficulties and a Literacy Clinical Practicum.