MSU's master's program in Special Education with Dyslexia Emphasis is designed for teachers who want to work with children or adults who have dyslexia or related disorders. Completion of degree requirements allows teachers to complete a comprehensive examination by the Academic Language Therapists Association and apply for professional certification. Teachers who pass the exam receive the title of Licensed Dyslexia Therapist (LDT).

» College Website: West College of Education

Degree and Hours

» Master of Education: 36 Hours

Delivery Method

» Online

Online programs may not meet F1 Visa criteria.

Application Requirements

Submit requirements to the Admissions Office.

» Application to McAda Graduate School
» $50 Application Fee
» Official Transcripts
» Non-Advanced Certificate Form
» CALT Form

Application Deadlines

Domestic Applicants
» Fall: August 1
» Spring: December 1
» Summer II: June 1

International Applicants
» Fall: June 1
» Spring: October 1

International Applicants in the U.S.
» Fall: August 1
» Spring: December 1

This program admits students to start in the fall, spring, or second summer session.
There is no summer admission for international applicants.