Deaf Education Block Schedule

This block schedule is not to be used in lieu of your Program of Study but to assist in appropriate sequencing of course work and for planning each term. This tentative schedule is subject to change. The schedule assumes:

  • You have satisfied all prerequisites, foreign language, and General Education requirements.
  • You are a full-time student, can take day and evening classes, and do not break continuity.

Schedule in PDF

 

To help you plan:

 

  • Practicum I & II require at least 5 daytime hours per week for 10 weeks at an assigned school site
  • TSL 4340 has a field component as well
  • Applications for Internship are due by the 4th week of the term before you plan to intern. Late applications are not accepted.

 

This tentative schedule is subject to change. 

The schedule assumes that you (a) have satisfied all prerequisites, foreign language, and General Education Requirements, and (b) are a full-time student, can take day and evening classes and do not break continuity within the block schedule.

 

Fall Admission

 

JUNIOR YEAR

Fall Term - 12 hours

LAE 3210    FOUNDATIONS OF LITERACY (3)

EEX 3202    PSYCHOLOGY AND SOCIOLOGY OF THE EXCEPTIONAL LEARNER (3)

TSL 3080    PRINCIPLES & ISSUES IN TESOL (3) 

EHD 4311    EDUCATIONAL/PSYCHOLOGY OF THE DEAF (3)

EHD 3941    DEAF ED PRACTICUM I (2)

 

Spring Term - 14 hours

EHD 4940    DEAF ED PRACTICUM II (2)

EHD 4245    LANGUAGE DEVELOPMENT/LITERACY INSTRUCTION (3) 

EHD 4291    MATH, SCIENCE AND SOCIAL STUDIES: CURRICULUM AND INSTRUCTION: DHH LEARNERS (3)

ASL 4205     ADVANCED ASL CONVERSATIONAL SKILLS (3)

TSL  4340    TESOL METHODS & CURRICULUM (3)

 

Summer Term - 9 hours

EEX 4616    CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT FOR EXCEPTIONAL LEARNERS (3)

EEX 4281    CAREER DEVELOPMENT AND TRANSITION FOR LEARNERS WITH EXCEPTIONALITIES (3)

EHD 4261    AUDIOLOGY AND  SPEECH SCIENCE (3)

EHD 4943    DEAF EDUCATION SERVICE LEARNING (optional; 2)

 

 

SENIOR YEAR

Fall Term - 11 hours

EHD 4263    AUDITORY/ORAL STRATEGIES (3) 

EHD 4270    TEACHING STUDENTS WHO USE ADVANCED HEARING TECHNOLOGY (2) 

EHD 4293    READ INSTRUCTION/ASSESSMENT: DEAF/HH (3)

EEX 3250    READING FOR EXCEPTIONAL LEARNERS (3)

 

Spring Term - 12 hours

EHD 4944    DEAF EDUCATION INTERNSHIP (12)

 

 

 

Spring Admission 

 

JUNIOR YEAR

Spring Term - 11 hours

EHD 3941    DEAF ED PRACTICUM I (2)

EHD 4291    MATH, SCIENCE AND SOCIAL STUDIES: CURRICULUM AND INSTRUCTION: DHH LEARNERS  (3)

EHD 4245    LANGUAGE DEVELOPMENT/LITERACY INSTRUCTION (3)

TSL 3080     PRINCIPLES & ISSUES IN TESOL (3)

 

Summer Term – 6 hours

EEX  3202    PSYCHOLOGY AND SOCIOLOGY OF THE EXCEPTIONAL LEARNER(3)

EHD 4943    DEAF EDUCATION SERVICE LEARNING (optional; 2)

EHD 4261    AUDIOLOGY AND  SPEECH SCIENCE (3)

 

SENIOR YEAR

Fall Term - 14 hours

EEX 3250    READING FOR EXCEPTIONAL LEARNERS (3)

EHD 4311    EDUCATIONAL/PSYCHOLOGY OF THE DEAF (3) 

EHD 4263    AUDITORY/ORAL STRATEGIES (3) 

EHD 4293    READ INSTRUCTION/ASSESSMENT: DEAF/HH (3)

EHD 4940    DEAF ED PRACTICUM II (2)

 

Spring Term - 11 hours

TSL  4340    TESOL METHODS & CURRICULUM (3)

ASL 4205     ADVANCED ASL CONVERSATIONAL SKILLS (3)

LAE 3210     FOUNDATIONS OF LITERACY (3)

EHD 4270    TEACHING STUDENTS WHO USE ADVANCED HEARING TECHNOLOGY (2) 

 

Summer Term – 6 hours

EEX 4616    CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT FOR EXCEPTIONAL LEARNERS (3)

EEX 4281    CAREER DEVELOPMENT AND TRANSITION FOR LEARNERS WITH EXCEPTIONALITIES (3)

EHD 4943    DEAF EDUCATION SERVICE LEARNING (optional; 2)

 

Fall Term - 12 hours

EHD 4944    DEAF EDUCATION INTERNSHIP (12)


 

 

Summer Admission

JUNIOR YEAR

Summer Term – 6 hours

EEX 4281    CAREER DEVELOPMENT AND TRANSITION FOR LEARNERS WITH EXCEPTIONALITIES (3)

EEX 3202    PSYCHOLOGY AND SOCIOLOGY OF THE EXCEPTIONAL LEARNER (3)

 

Fall Term - 11 hours

LAE 3210    FOUNDATIONS OF LITERACY (3)

TSL 3080    PRINCIPLES & ISSUES IN TESOL (3)

EHD 4311    EDUCATIONAL/PSYCHOLOGY OF THE DEAF (3)

EHD 3941    DEAF ED PRACTICUM I (2)

 

Spring Term - 14 hours

EHD 4940    DEAF ED PRACTICUM II (2)

EHD 4245    LANGUAGE DEVELOPMENT/LITERACY INSTRUCTION (3) 

EHD 4291   MATH, SCIENCE AND SOCIAL STUDIES: CURRICULUM AND INSTRUCTION: DHH LEARNERS (3)

ASL 4205     ADVANCED ASL CONVERSATIONAL SKILLS (3)

TSL  4340    TESOL METHODS AND CURRICULUM (3)

 

Summer Term - 6 hours

EEX 4616    CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT FOR EXCEPTIONAL LEARNERS (3)

EHD 4261    AUDIOLOGY AND SPEECH SCIENCE (3)

EHD 4943    DEAF EDUCATION SERVICE LEARNING  (optional; 2)

 

SENIOR YEAR

Fall Term - 11 hours

EHD 4263    AUDITORY/ORAL STRATEGIES (3) 

EHD 4270    TEACHING STUDENTS WHO USE ADVANCED HEARING TECHNOLOGY (2) 

EHD 4293    READ INSTRUCTION/ASSESSMENT: DEAF/HH (3)

EEX 3250    READING FOR EXCEPTIONAL LEARNERS (3)

 

Spring Term - 12 hours

EHD 4944    DEAF EDUCATION INTERNSHIP (12)


 

 

 

 

Important Information:

  • Deaf Education Practicum courses require at least 5 daytime hours per week at an assigned school site.
  • Successful completion of Deaf Education Practicums I & II are prerequisite to internship.
  • Applications for internship are due by the 4th week of the term before you expect to intern. Late applications are not accepted.
  • Passing ALL FTCE (General Knowledge, Professional Education, and Subject Area Exam) is required prior to enrolling in practicu
  • General Education course work must be completed with a grade of C or higher.
  • The student must apply to graduate in the term they plan to graduate.
  • Students must maintain a minimum GPA of a 2.5 or better for each semester they are enrolled in a teacher education program.
  • A minimum of 120 semester hours (48 hours at the upper 3000/4000 level) is required for the bachelor's degree. Students must complete at least 25 percent of the required degree credit hours in residence at UNF.
  • Prior to registering for courses at another institution, permission must be obtained from the program director. 
  • Students must complete a level 2 background check (including fingerprints) prior to the assignment of any student to a field/clinical experience. This process is done and verified by the school district in which the field/clinical experiences will be completed. Students not cleared by the school district will not be permitted entrance to schools.