Why pursue a master’s degree in the education of the deaf and hard of hearing?
You can earn your degree and receive teaching certification in two years. You'll gain clinical experience working in our state-of-the-art laboratories and clinics, while developing a diverse understanding of communication issues through our comprehensive curriculum philosophy.
Mentorship from our faculty will help cultivate your research and communication skills, and our small class sizes and individualized attention will enhance your learning.
If you have a desire to help people that live with auditory issues and you would like to work as an educator, this is a great path for you. The program offers an in-depth curriculum to best prepare you for a career as a deaf educator. You will acquire both oral and manual communication skills to prepare you to serve the diverse group of learners who are deaf or hard of hearing.