Master of Arts in Education – Language, Literacy, and Technology

Total Graduate Faculty in Program:
Graduate Students in Program:
Students receiving assistantships:
Priority deadline:

  • Fall January 10
  • Spring July 1


  • Pullman

International Student English Proficiency Exams

International students may need to surpass the Graduate School’s minimum English language proficiency exam scores for this program. If the graduate program has unique score requirements, they will be detailed below. Otherwise, please refer to the Graduate School’s minimum score guidelines.

  • TOEFL – iBT 80
  • IELTS Band 7

Degree Description:

WSU offers two masters degree programs in Language, Literacy and Technology. The non-thesis Ed.M. degree is a masters degree focused on practitioner-based model. Its purpose is to develop teachers’ or other professionals’ knowledge and skills. The M.A. degree research-based masters program designed for students who wish to focus on educational research in literacy and who may pursue a doctoral degree. The M.A. degree requires a thesis.

Admission Requirements:

Students must have a minimum 3.0 cumulative GPA, complete the Washington State University Graduate School’s online application, official transcripts from colleges/universities, a supplemental departmental application, Resume or Vitae, three letters of reference and a letter of intent as described on the supplemental application.

Career Opportunities:

Teaching, educational specialist, K-12 administration

Career Placements:

Teacher, specialist

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