Education of the Deaf Graduate Programs on-Campus & Graduate Schools
Colleges with campus based deaf education degree programs offer coursework and training designed to develop skills in educators to address the needs of children with hearing related learning disabilities.
It should be noted that education of the deaf graduate programs are different from audiology programs because of their specific emphasis on the educational aspects of working with children with hearing disabilities rather than focusing on medical or therapeutic interventions.
The MDE (Master of Deaf Education) is one common abbreviation for graduates of a deaf education graduate program. This is a degree that may qualify the holder to work directly with clients, or work to develop programs and curriculum aimed as serving deaf students.
Universities with deaf education programs that offer programs might include coursework that covers topics like curriculum and methods for deaf children, aural rehab for infants and children, research methods, language and literacy in deaf children, foundations of early childhood special education, teaching children with hearing loss to hear and speak, and family intervention techniques.
Colleges with deaf education programs may offer master’s in deaf education programs, Ph.D./Doctorate in deaf education programs, and graduate certificate programs for deaf educators. Search for education of the deaf graduate programs by location, degree level, and program format on GradSchools.com.
- Rochester, NYRochester, NY
Rochester Institute of Technology
The MS degree in secondary education of students who are deaf or hard of hearing prepares students to meet the national need...
- Bloomsburg, PABloomsburg, PA
Bloomsburg University Of Pennsylvania
The graduate program in education of the deaf/hard of hearing is offered through the Department of Exceptionality Programs.
- Bronx, NYBronx, NY
City University of New York (CUNY) Lehman College
Allows part-time and full-time study and students obtain their external experience at one of 40 hospitals or schools in the New York Metropolitan Area...
- Orebro, SwedenOrebro, Sweden
- New York City, NYNew York City, NY
- New York City, NY
- Dublin, IrelandDublin, Ireland
University College Dublin
- Stockholm, SwedenStockholm, Sweden
- Westminster, MDWestminster, MD
Since its inception in 1967 as a joint effort between McDaniel College and the Maryland School for the Deaf, McDaniel College's Master of Science prog...
- Monmouth, ORMonmouth, OR
Western Oregon University
- Logan, UTLogan, UT
Utah State University
Graduate Programs in Speech-Language Pathology, Audiology, Deaf Education. Applications Due Feb. 15. Selections made approx. April 1. Accept approx. 1...
- Wellington, New ZealandWellington, New Zealand
Victoria University of Wellington
- Saint Louis, MOSaint Louis, MO
Washington University in St Louis
The Program in Audiology and Communication Sciences (PACS) offers top-ranked graduate programs in audiology, deaf education, and speech and hearing sc...
- Knoxville, TNKnoxville, TN
University of Tennessee
Undergraduate, and graduate degree programs...
- Boston, MABoston, MA
The graduate program sequence in Education of the Deaf is designed for students interested in teaching Deaf children in a variety of school settings.
- Valdosta, GAValdosta, GA
Valdosta State University
- Denton, TXDenton, TX
Texas Woman's University
The graduate program in the Education of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing requires a comprehensive foundation in the development of speech, language and h...