Deaf and Hard of Hearing

Radford University offers Virginia's only program leading to licensure in Special Education - Hearing Impairment PreK-12. Students will have exposure to all communication/instructional approaches used with students who are deaf/hard of hearing.

Graduates are qualified for a variety of educational placements for Deaf and hard of hearing children.

Graduate in four years with a Bachelor of Science in Interdisciplinary Studies

  • Teach students who are deaf or hard of hearing in PreK to 12th grade

Pursue a Master of Science in Special Education

  • Teach students who are deaf or hard of hearing in PreK to 12th grade

Obtain endorsement in Hearing Impairment PreK-12

 

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Learn About the Professors

Ms. Tracey Nielsen

Undergraduate Advisor

Elementary Education teacher of students who were deaf/hard of hearing

540-831-5837

tseymour3@radford.edu

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Ms. Karen Stinson

Graduate Advisor, ASL Minor Advisor, DHH Grant Coordinator

Elementary Education teacher of students who were deaf/hard of hearing

540-831-5549

kastinson@radford.edu