Modified Track Master's Program
30 Credit Hours
This option is for candidates who:
- Have a Bachelor’s in Education of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing from another institution
- Have (or will have) a degree from Flagler College in Education of Deaf and Hard of Hearing, but did not take the cross-listed courses
Required CoursesBack To Top
18 Credit Hours
Foundations of Education of the D/HH: History, Trends and Culture
Auditory Development with D/HH children
Spoken Language Facilitation
Introduction to Research
Practicum in Working with Students who are D/HH (Summer Residence)
Action Research for the Classroom Teacher
Elective Courses in Teaching ASLBack To Top
Linguistics of American Sign Language
ASL for Academic Settings
Methods of Teaching ASL
ASL V: Proficiency in American Sign Language
Elective Courses in Teaching Children with Severe and Profound DisabilitiesBack To Top
Instructional Strategies for Teaching Students w/ Severe & Profound Disabilities
Developmental Assessment of Students with Severe and Profound Disabilities
Practicum in Working with Students with Severe and Profound Disabilities
Collaboration to Low Incidence Populations
Elective Courses offered based on availabilityBack To Top
Language and Communication Development Among Students who are D/HH
Working with Diverse Students who are D/HH
Visual English Systems
Curricular Issues in Content and Reading in the Deaf Education Classroom
Methods of Teaching Language to DHH Students
Methods of Instruction for DHH Students
Instructional Methods of Teaching Students with Behavioral and Learning Disabilities
Graduate School Calendar 2023-2024
Master's students can choose from a variety of elective courses including two state-approved teaching endorsements:
- Graduate Application
- A Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited institution. Applicants must submit an official transcript from every institution they have attended
- GPA of 3.0 for the final 60 hours of coursework.
- Letter of Intent: A statement of purpose (between one and two pages) clearly describing your academic and (if relevant) professional background and your interest in the field of Deaf Education.
- A current resume.
- Evidence of Access to a working environment with children who are deaf/hard of hearing
- Two letters of recommendation: One letter must be from an instructor familiar with the applicant's academic performance and potential, or they can provide two letters from professional references.
- Demonstration of American Sign Language Proficiency
Fall Applications are due by July 14th.
Spring Applications are due by November 17th.