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Smith College and Clarke Schools for Hearing and Speech offer a cooperative program of study (one academic year and two summers) leading to the degree of master of education of the deaf. Rolling admissions for this program will begin after December 1, although applications will be accepted as late as April 1.

The program emphasizes a listening and spoken language approach in working with children with hearing loss who use cochlear implants or hearing aids. Courses include study in language development, anatomy and physiology of hearing and speech mechanisms, communication science and skill development, professional ethics, psychology, and planning and implementation of education programming for children who are deaf and hard of hearing.