The University of North Carolina at Greensboro

School of Education - Professions In Deafness

Welcome to the Professions in Deafness Program

UNCG offers a Bachelor of Science Degree with a variety of career paths working with the D/deaf and hard of hearing community in the following concentrations: Advocacy & Services for the Deaf, American Sign Language Teacher Licensure, Birth-12 Deaf and Hard of Hearing Teacher Licensure and Interpreter Preparation. Each of these concentrations prepares a different type of professional for a variety of career options working with the D/deaf community such as teachers, interpreters, sign language teachers or human services personnel.

Select one of our programs below to receive more information.

advocacy

Advocacy & Services for the Deaf Concentration

Committed to preparing highly qualified professionals to work with Deaf, Deaf-Blind and hard of hearing individuals in various settings other than K-12 schools.

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a T Science Day 12

B-12 Deaf and Hard of Hearing and Special Education Concentration

Prepares undergraduate students to provide educational services for children from birth – high school (grade 12) who are Deaf or hard of hearing.

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interpreter-preparation

Interpreter Preparation Concentration

Preparing highly qualified future Interpreters in both educational and community settings.

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PIC12813

ASL/Deaf Studies Minor

Learn more about Professions in Deafness Programs ASL / Deaf Studies Minor.

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