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TWU "Gets Happy" thanks to ASL students

The Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders prepares a diverse community of students to excel in careers in speech-language pathology and education of the deaf and hard of hearing. We offer a B.S. in Communication Sciences, M.S. in Deaf Education, M.S. in Speech Language Pathology.

Why Choose TWU Communication Sciences?

  • Small interactive classes
  • Specialized coursework with experiential learning
  • Accessible, knowledgeable and supportive faculty
  • Affordable tuition            

Careers in Communication Sciences and Disorders

Our undergraduate program prepares students to enter graduate programs/careers in the areas of:

  • Education of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing
  • Speech-Language Pathology
  • Audiology

Our graduate programs prepare students for exciting and rewarding careers as:

  • Teachers of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing
  • Speech-Language Pathologists

Deaf Education Forum

“Teachers Leading Teachers”

This summer TWU is hosting a Deaf Education Forum for teachers and professionals serving students who are DHH. The forum is designed with teachers in mind. We believe that teachers often should be teachers for their colleagues. The forum is open statewide, and open to all educational philosophies for students who are deaf/hard of hearing.

For an overview of the Forum visit:  DHH Forum

To register (secure): Forum Registration 

Girl Scout Program

What does it take to communicate without speech? Learn about non-verbal communication and body language. More Information and Application Form (doc)

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Course Rotation Schedule (pdf)

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