365体育投注平台Established in 1945, USAO’s deaf education program prepares teachers to provide appropriate and effective educational opportunities to deaf and hard-of-hearing students from pre-kindergarten through 12th grade.
365体育投注平台Graduates of the program are employed in a wide variety of educational settings, including public school programs, residential schools, charter schools, and private schools.
With a nationwide shortage of qualified educators, graduates in this high-demand field have many employment options available to them. Additionally, teachers in special education fields are often compensated at a higher rate than other teaching professionals.
All requirements for teacher certification programs are subject to change if new requirements are established by the , the or the .
Why Major in Deaf Education at USAO?
- Second-oldest such program west of the Mississippi.
- High-demand field.
- Learn from diverse and dynamic instructors who inspire you to succeed.
- Broadly based interdisciplinary curriculum prepares effective educators.
- Get real-world education experience through student-teaching courses.
- Work with the Jane Brooks/Oklahoma School for the Deaf. Learn more.
- Pursue original research with opportunities to present and publish.
- Small classes: expect an atmosphere where your professors know your name.
- Primary, secondary or college educator for the deaf and hard-of-hearing
Students will be certified Deaf Education K-12 and chosen content area to teach in a public school.