Deaf Education (M.S.)
About the Program
The Master of Science in Deaf Education is a (32-41 credit) program designed to provide candidates with research based pedagogy and methodology to become change agents providing instruction to Deaf/hard of hearing students in diverse academic settings. This program is in alignment with Idaho State University’s vision to ignite a passion for knowledge and discovery to create a better future for our students and the world. Two degree tracks are available.
Professional Studies Core take the following courses, take 6 credits6 creditsTake the following courses:EDUC6601 - Research and Writing3 creditsEDUC6610 - Applied Educational Statistics3 credits
Specialty Deaf Education Studies take the following courses, take 20 credits20 creditsTake the following courses:EDHH5556 - Psychosocial Aspects Deafness3 creditsEDHH6609 - Teaching Internship in Deaf Ed1 - 3 creditsEDHH6627 - Literacy Curriculum in Deaf Ed3 creditsEDHH6628 - Curriculum Org in Deaf Ed3 creditsEDHH6637 - Foundations of Deaf Education2 creditsEDHH6658 - Teaching Language to the Deaf3 creditsEDHH6659 - Teaching Acad Subjects to Deaf3 credits
Integrative Field Research Studies3 creditsEDHH6651 - Case Study in Deaf Education1 - 3 credits
* Please note that you must meet with an advisor each semester in order to verify degree completion time as well as online course offerings for the program requirements.