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The on-campus venue admits students in summer and fall each year and provides classes in the evening as well as clinical experiences during the day throughout the Denton and Dallas-Fort Worth area.

The program requires 6 successful semesters of practicum which are set up for the students in a variety of child and adult settings.  At the same time, students attend classes 2-3 evenings a week.  A few classes are offered on Fridays and Saturdays.  The classes are located mainly on the Denton campus, however, a few are on theT. Boone Pickens Institute of Health Sciences-Dallas Center campus.  A slower track which takes 7 or more semesters is also available for students.  The program consists of 43 hours of academic coursework and 18 hours of practicum courses.  Students are required to write a research paper and successfully complete a comprehensive exam as part of the program.


The graduate program in Speech-Language Pathology requires a foundation in the development of speech, language and hearing.  This information is typically mastered at the undergraduate level or through a prerequisite course sequence.

For more information about the On Campus Venue contact: Laura Moorer-Cook at 940-898-2066



page updated 6/19/2015 12:10 PM

Deaf Education Forum

“Teachers Leading Teachers”

This summer TWU is hosting a Deaf Education Forum for teachers and professionals serving students who are DHH. The forum is designed with teachers in mind. We believe that teachers often should be teachers for their colleagues. The forum is open statewide, and open to all educational philosophies for students who are deaf/hard of hearing.

For an overview of the Forum visit:  DHH Forum

To register (secure): Forum Registration 

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