Nationally accredited by the Council on Education of the Deaf, the Deaf and Hard of Hearing (DHH) Education program at Eastern Kentucky University is the only one of its kind in Kentucky, and one of only a few in the country. Our graduates are highly sought-after professionals with two teaching certifications. Learn more about this unique program.
|MAEd. in Special Education||Graduate Certificate||Bachelor’s|
|Deaf and Hard of Hearing (P-12)||Deaf and Hard of Hearing||Deaf and Hard of Hearing (P-12) / Elementary Education (P-5)|
|Deaf and Hard of Hearing (P-12) / Middle Grades Education (5-9)|
After admission to EKU and completion of at least 30 hours of undergraduate classes, students must apply for admission to the Professional Education Program (typically in the sophomore year). All students meeting the requirements for admission to the Professional Education Program will be admitted. Applicants must have a 2.75 GPA and meet other requirements outlined at Admission to the Professional Education Program.
Visit Student Scholarships for a full list of scholarships for College of Education and Applied Human Sciences.
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