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This program is offered fully online with summer institutes.

Apply for our May cohort starting July 1.

Program Highlights

  • Curriculum focused on the Science of Reading.
  • Designed for the working professional, the Mount’s Doctoral program is convenient to an educator’s schedule, available fully online with on-campus summer institutes.
  • Built on the success of our fully online, IDA Accredited graduate programs in Reading Science.
  • We aim to prepare the next generation of education professors and literacy leaders to teach and lead others in the practices that have been identified most advantageous through scientifically-based reading research.

Purpose

The mission of the Reading Science Program is to prepare educational leaders in the science of reading to effect social justice through impacting educational systems, enabling these systems to provide effective research-based literacy instruction for all. 

Doctoral Program Faculty

Jane Ashby

Ph. D. Professor

Elizabeth Corbo

Ed. D. Reading Science Program Director and Assistant Professor

Jennifer Keelor

Ph. D. Assistant Professor

Amy Murdoch

Ph. D. Assistant Dean of the Reading Science Program

Stephanie Stollar

Ph. D. Assistant Professor

Ed.D. Inquiry Form

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Reading Science Doctoral Program

Tuition Scholarships

New Application Deadline: November 28th

Forms and Information
Slides for 2021-2022 Ed.D Program Info Session 
Program Brochure 
Program Requirements 
Reading Science Ed.D Curriculum, Program and Admission Requirements
Course Descriptions
Prerequisite Form
Financial Aid Information Form
2022-2023 Graduate Rate Sheet
View a complete listing of tuition, fees, and other costs associated with graduate study at the University.

 

Graduate Admission
513-244-4807
800-654-9314, extension 4807
graduateadmission@msj.edu

For additional information, please contact:
Dr. Amy Murdoch
Assistant Dean, Reading Science Program
amy.murdoch@msj.edu
513-244-4934