Deaf and Hard of Hearing Graduate Certificate
Overcome barriers to communicating with those who are deaf or hard of hearing.
Strengthen your communication skills and better serve this population.
This certificate equips educators and professionals in health-related fields and social sciences with foundational skills for working for working with students who are deaf or hard of hearing.
This 14-credit hour program, however, does not lead to teacher certification in EDHH. It is offered to support educators and professionals in the fields of communication sciences and disorders, education, psychology, social work, medicine and other related specialties who desire basic skills in the area of EDHH.
Maximize your investment of time and money.
Missouri State's total costs are lower than most other universities in the state and well below the national average.
Financial aid and scholarships are available. In fact, Bears access more than $150 million in financial aid per year.
Advance your skills with this accredited, flexible degree program.
Enjoy a high level of academic excellence. Full-time faculty develop and teach the
same curriculum online as taught on-campus.
Get ahead sooner.
Earn your certificate in just 14 credit hours
The Education of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing Graduate Certificate is part of the Communications Sciences and Disorders department. Find out more about admission and program requirements, and costs.