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Master of Science in Deaf Education

All courses available online (blended synchronous and asynchronous formats)

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. 

Track 1: Degree Seeking Only

 This track provides in-depth courses specific to the area of concentration for professionals who already have teaching certification; seek to enhance their knowledge.

Track 2: Teacher Certification Preparation

 This option provides courses to prepare the candidate to qualify for teacher certification in the state of Idaho. Includes a full-time 8-week student teaching placement.

Mission

Outcomes

Goal

Career Opportunities

Public School Deaf Educator
Deaf and Blind School Deaf Educator
School Capacity Building
Deaf and Hard of Hearing Itinerant Teacher
Child Services Consultant

 

Private School Deaf Educator
Alternative School Advanced Elementary Educator
Charter School Deaf Educator
Deaf Education Policy Consultant
Alternative School Deaf Educator