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The School of Human Services and Sciences provides a dynamic learning environment committed to excellence in curriculum, research leadership, and workforce readiness.
Students engage in hands-on projects, professional mentorships, and internships that address real-world problems while immersed in a robust and highly diverse deaf culture. Graduates are prepared for careers in the fields of human services such as psychology, counseling, audiology, speech pathology or hearing, speech, and language sciences.
In advocating for systemic changes that promote equity, diversity and inclusion for all humans, the School of Human Services and Sciences has a threefold mission:
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Assistant Professor/Ph.D. Program Director
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Professor/Summer Internship Supervisor/Project Director
Professor/Audiology Program Director
Professor/School Psychology Program Director
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Professor/Clinical Program Director
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Professor/Undergraduate Program Director
Professor/School Counseling Program Director
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