Wayne State's reading specialist (PK-12) graduate program is designed to prepare students for teacher licensure or certification in Nebraska. It has not been determined if these programs meet requirements for all other states (listed below).
If you are planning to pursue professional licensure or certification in a state other than Nebraska, it is strongly recommended that you contact the appropriate licensing entity in that state to seek information and guidance regarding licensure or certification requirements before beginning an academic program. For a list of licensing entities, please visit NC-SARA's professional licensure directory.
Also, be sure to notify the Director of Education and Counseling Services at WSC to check for authorization and licensure eligibility requirements if you relocate during the course of a program.
|District of Columbia||Not determined|
|Nebraska||MSE meets requirements||View info|
|New Hampshire||Not determined|
|New Jersey||Not determined|
|New Mexico||Not determined|
|New York||Not determined|
|North Carolina||Not determined|
|North Dakota||Not determined|
|Puerto Rico||Not determined|
|Rhode Island||Not determined|
|South Carolina||Not determined|
|South Dakota||Not determined|
|Virgin Islands||Not determined|
|West Virginia||Not determined|
Nebraska Department of Education
Reading Specialist (MSE in Curriculum and Instruction): The reading specialist (PK-12) graduate program is a subject endorsement designed to prepare students for licensure or certification as a Reading Specialist in Nebraska. It has not been determined if this program meets requirements for all other states. This endorsement requires that you already have a valid teaching certificate and two years of teaching experience.