Tanya CannonProgram Area Coordinator
115 Speight Building
Ms. Amy Mansfield
Administrative Support Associate
205 Speight Building
The Reading Program Area at East Carolina University offers many opportunities for professional development in all areas of literacy and literacy instruction including the following:
For help with registering for reading education courses, contact the
Academic Success Center for undergraduate level courses and
Dr. Elizabeth Swaggerty (
email@example.com) for graduate level courses.
An exciting opportunity to earn CEU credit! Modules are developed by a team comprised of one ECU Faculty member and one master public school teacher. Each module requires approximately 10 hours of work in order to earn one (1) CEU of credit toward license renewal. For more information visit
Division of Continuing Studies.
The 39-semester hour MAEd in Reading Education degree program offers the opportunity for advanced study in literacy education. Candidates explore current reading research, assessment and diagnosis of reading difficulties, management and oversight of literacy programs, and develop action research projects related to an area of interest. Nine hours of study are selected from a variety of literacy related courses including library science, gifted education, digital literacy/technology integration, and teaching English as a second language. Completion of the program results in eligibility for K-12 reading specialist licensure. The degree program may be completed on a part-time or full-time basis and all courses are online. An initial teaching license is required to apply and some individuals may need to take prerequisite courses in reading methods in order to be accepted to the program. For more information visit the
MAEd in Reading Education page.