Science of Reading Instruction Micro-Credential

Our science of reading instruction micro-credential prepares you to use evidence-based instructional practices in your classroom and throughout your school. You will learn about relevant reading research, models of learning and extensive information about the science of reading in a 3-credit, master’s-level literacy class. Current UB students and non-UB students are eligible to apply.

Our program consists of one course designed to support you as you:

  • think critically about the research related to the science of reading instruction
  • deepen your understanding of the pedagogical practices in elementary school that promote effective reading instruction

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Program Overview

Academic credential granted Micro-credential
Credits required for completion 3
Time to completion 1 semester
Skills experience gained
  • Career and self-development
  • Communication
  • Critical thinking
  • Equity and inclusion
  • Leadership
  • Professionalism
  • Teamwork
Course delivery Online asynchronous
Application deadline Fall: Aug. 20
Questions about the program?
Ashlee Campbell

Clinical Assistant Professor
Department of Learning and Instruction
17 Baldy Hall


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Graduate School of Education
366 Baldy Hall, North Campus