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Early Childhood Deaf Education (Post Bachelor's)

The Early Childhood Deaf Education certificate combines Deaf Education and Early Childhood Intervention Specialist coursework, with two additional courses specific to the program. This certificate is available to student currently enrolled in the Deaf Education program at the graduate level, students with Deaf Education teaching licensure at the undergraduate level, or students with a bachelor's degree in Speech or Audiology. Students with Deaf Education licensure also will be eligible for certification from the Council for Education of the Deaf.

CERTIFICATE REQUIREMENTS (14-18 credits)
Course Title Credits
SPED
53316 Early Childhood Deaf Education: Family and Child Service Provision
3
53317 Family -Focused Approaches to Cochlear Implant Use
3
63392 Advanced Practicum in Hearing Impaired
1-3*
63955 Typical/Atypical Development in Young Children
3
63996 Individual Investigation in Special Education
1-3*
Choose from the following:
3
ECED 60154 Practical Applications: Birth to Five (3)

SPSY
67973
Consultation in the Helping Professions (3)

TOTAL 14-18

*hours required to be determined with faculty advisor in consideration of previous professional experiences.
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