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If you are an educator, parent, or other professional who wants to learn more about dyslexia and how to support individual learning needs, consider Wright State’s undergraduate and graduate certificate programs. Pursue professional credentials and knowledge that could allow you to serve as a dyslexia consultant or dyslexia intervention specialist for a school or organization. Consider these facts about the program:
Please note, the courses in this program are in a sequence. Each new series and cohort begins in the summer only. The Summer course (EDS 6080) is a pre-requisite of the Fall course (EDS 6090).
This program is designed to meet the growing need for trained professionals to work with the high number of students diagnosed with dyslexia or who have dyslexia tendencies. You may enroll in the introductory courses without completing the certification program requirements. Completion of the program will give you training in:
Monica Clarke, Program Director
Haley Felty, Graduate Assistant
View Dyslexia Certificate program information and requirements in the Academic Catalog.
Undergraduate Admission Requirements
Graduate Admission Requirements