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Master of Arts in Deaf Education

Fontbonne University and Clarke have collaborated to offer a Master of Arts in Deaf Education.

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A Partnership with Fontbonne University

The program is designed for graduate students interested in learning how to serve children who are deaf or hard of hearing in inclusive educational settings.

The program prepares a new generation of professionals in education of the deaf. This hybrid model offers coursework through Fontbonne University (using distance technology) and practicum for graduate students in the Northeast region of the United States. It stresses an interdisciplinary approach, incorporating the principles of best practice from education of the deaf, early childhood education, speech-language pathology and special education.

 

Classes are small and highly interactive. All coursework is presented by instructors through face-to-face instruction or via real-time distance technology. Faculty are nationally recognized, experienced and committed to each graduate student’s success. Many faculty members currently work with children and families, sharing their expertise through technological advancements, evidence-based practices and innovative techniques.

“The Clarke-Fontbonne Program provides us with the kinds of hands-on opportunities that other programs don’t offer.”

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