COURSE OF STUDY

Upon successful completion of the program, approved candidates receive a Master of Science in Education: emphasis in Education Specialist Deaf and Hard of Hearing, as well as a California Education Specialist DHH Credential (with additional California testing requirements).

SEMESTER 1 FALL (17 UNITS)
EDU 233 2 units Mulitiple Perspectives in deaf education
EDU 234A 3 units Fundamentals of Listening and Spoken Language in Learners who are Deaf and Hard of Hearing
EDU 235A 3 units Intro to Early Intervention and Family Support
EDU 236A 3 units Audiology Diagnostics
EDU 237 3 units Language & Literacy in Children and Youth with Hearing Loss
EDU 238A 3 units Early Childhood Curricula

 

SEMESTER 2 SPRING (18 UNITS)
EDU 000 1.5 units Introduction to working with children and youth who are deafblind
EDU 000 1.5 units Seminar in meeting the socio-academic needs of teens who are DHH
EDU 207 1.5 units English Learners
EDU 208B 1.5 units Responsive Teaching
EDU 234B 2 units From Theory to Practice: Supporting Listening and Spoken Language in children who are DHH
EDU 235B 2 units Early Intervention
EDU 236B
3 units Audiology Amplification
EDU 238B 2 units ECE Practicum
EDU 239A 3 units Curriculum K-12

 

SEMESTER 3 SUMMER (5 UNITS)
EDU 000 2 units Supporting children who are DHH
EDU 279 3 units Neurolodical Disorders

 

SEMESTER 4 FALL (6 UNITS)
EDU 000 2 units Research Methods
EDU 239B 3 units DHH: Practicum with Learners 5-22
EDU 296C 1 unit Case Seminar 1

 

SEMESTER 5 SPRING (2 UNITS)
EDU 296D 2 units Case Seminar 2

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