Offered on TWU's Denton campus, the communication sciences program prepares you to help children and adults with speech, language and hearing disorders. Get started on your education in communication sciences or add a minor in communication sciences to your degree.
Offered on TWU’s Denton campus, this teacher preparation program qualifies you to take the Texas state exam for initial teaching certification. Get started on your career as a deaf educator with coursework targeting education of the deaf.
Continue your education on the path to becoming a more successful deaf educator with Texas Woman’s 100 percent online MS in Education of the Deaf. Graduates are fully prepared to take the state deaf and hard of hearing (DHH) certification test.
Continue your education on the path to becoming a speech-language pathologist with an MS from Texas Woman’s. With on-campus and distance education options, you can attend classes on our Denton and Dallas campuses or in your hometown.
Bilingual students in the MS in Speech-Language Pathology program can add this certificate in bilingual SLP to specialize in services for English language learners for only a few more courses.
Students in the MS in Speech-Language Pathology program can add this certificate in Deaf and Hard of Hearing (DHH) by taking two additional courses and a focused practicum working with DHH children. Practicing SLPs can also earn this 12-credit hour certificate by completing required online coursework and a supervised clinical practicum experience. A minimum of intermediate level sign skills is required.
Students in the MS in Speech-Language Pathology program can add this certificate in Multicultural and Diversity Studies by taking two additional courses and completing 75 practicum hours with culturally and linguistically diverse populations.
Practicing speech-language pathologists in healthcare can expand their academic and research career opportunities with a PhD in Health Studies with 15 credit hours in communication sciences from Texas Woman's.
Practicing speech-language pathologists or deaf educators can expand their academic and research career opportunities with a PhD in Special Education with 15 credit hours in communication sciences from Texas Woman's.
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