Dyslexia Therapy Education MEd
Earn your Dyslexia Therapy MEd online from Southern Miss!
A dyslexia therapy education degree can equip you with the knowledge and skills to support individuals with dyslexia. For someone who struggles to decipher the written word, it can be easy to lose confidence in schoolwork, communication, and even one’s self. So are you someone who is passionate about helping those students who struggle with reading and writing? The University of Southern Mississippi is pleased to offer the state’s first online Master of Education in Dyslexia Therapy. If you want to explore your passion, and gain a deep understanding of the nature of dyslexia
This online Dyslexia Therapy Education Master’s Degree is specifically designed with the educator’s schedule in mind. The program is offered on a convenient and affordable platform with synchronous and asynchronous classes with a virtual practicum. Our live online classes allow you to follow your Cohort throughout the 2-year program. You will be able to communicate with instructors regularly, work with peers, and get a clear insight into working with and understanding individuals with reading deficits, dyslexia, and other related disorders. If you want to explore your passion, and gain a deep understanding of the nature of dyslexia, this is your first step in achieving your goals. Looking for more? Our enrollment coaches are standing by to assist you. Click here for more info! This is your life, plus college!
A number of scholarship opportunities are available for online students! Our Online Student Scholarship gives first time, fully online students an opportunity for $500 towards their first semester. To get started with our Online Student Scholarship, or to view our list of available scholarships for which you may qualify, visit our Student Scholarship page now!
What can you do with a Master’s degree in dyslexia therapy?
A Master’s in Dyslexia Therapy equips you with specialized knowledge and skills to make a significant impact on the lives of individuals with dyslexia, both in educational settings and within the community.
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