MS Two-Year Degree Plan

This is a model degree plan. We recommend qualified students pursue the accelerated master’s option in education of the deaf and hard of hearing. This degree plan includes graduate courses for the accelerated master’s option.

This degree program can be completed in five semesters. Prerequisites may be required before taking some courses. Check out the course rotations before scheduling your classes. Visit with your advisor to develop a plan that is right for you.

Only graduate courses are listed; other courses to fulfill undergraduate degree and prerequisite courses are required.

First semester (fall)

CoursesHours
CSD 762 Speech Development: Deaf and Hard of Hearing I 3
Other courses may be required based on transcript review.
Total hours3

Second semester (spring)

CoursesHours
CSD 765 Reading: Deaf and Hard of Hearing 3
CSD 795 Advanced Clinical Practice 3
CSD 760 Language Development: Deaf and Hard of Hearing I 3
CSD 763 Auditory Development: Deaf and Hard of Hearing 3
Total hours12

Third semester (summer)

CoursesHours
CSD 760 Language Development: Deaf and Hard of Hearing I 3
CSD 758 Early Intervention Assessment: Deaf and Hard of Hearing 2
CSD 759 Early Intervention: Deaf and Hard of Hearing 2
CSD 795 Advanced Clinical Practice 2
Total hours9

Fourth semester (fall)

CoursesHours
CSD 764 Instructional Strategies: Deaf and Hard of Hearing 3
CSD 761 Language Development: Deaf and Hard of Hearing II 3
CSD 766 Counseling: Deaf and Hard of Hearing 3
CSD 784 (Non-Thesis Project) for 1 credit hour OR CSD 799 (Master Thesis) for 3 credit hours 1-3
CSD 795 Advanced Clinical Practice 3
Total hours13-15

Fifth semester (spring)

CoursesHours
CSD 784 (Non-Thesis Project) for 1 credit hour OR CSD 799 (Master Thesis) for 3 credit hours 1-3
CSD 796 Supervised Teaching 8
Total hours9-11