490A Pawley Hall
Fax: (248) 370-4367
Chairperson: John E. McEneaney
Professors emeriti: Richard F. Barron, Jane Bingham, Gloria T. Blatt, Harald C. Cafone, Robert J. Christina, James F. Cipielewski, George E.Coon, W. Dorsey Hammond, Harry T. Hahn, Anne Porter, Toni Walters
Distinguished professor: Ronald L. Cramer
Professors: John E. McEneaney, Linda Pavonetti, Gwendolyn McMillon
Associate professors: Tanya M. Christ, S. Rebecca Leigh, Ledong Li, Mary K. Lose
Assistant professors: Paul Morsink
Visiting assistant professor: Lizabeth Guzniczak
As a department within the School of Education and Human Services, the instructional staff of the Reading and Language Arts Department offers courses in reading, language arts, digital literacies and learning and children’s literature at the undergraduate level for students pursuing a career in teaching. For detailed information and the requirements of an Elementary Education Bachelor of Science degree with a major (36 credits) or minor (24 credits) in Language Arts, please go to the on-line academic catalog.
The department offers a master’s degree program in reading and language arts, certificate programs in digital literacies and learning, post-master’s certificate programs, K-12 reading specialist endorsements, and a doctor of philosophy degree in reading education.
Schedule of classes
Specific offerings for each semester may be found in the Schedule of Classes.