With a minor in special education for the hearing impaired from Ball State, you’ll graduate equipped to serve students with various levels of hearing impairment.

What You Will Learn

  • speech developments for students who are deaf or hard of hearing
  • the psychology of deafness
  • language methods for deaf persons
  • audiology
  • American Sign Language
  • and more

Minor Requirements

A minor in hearing impaired emphasizes on working with students with mild hearing impairments to full hearing loss. Ten to 15 hours per week, per course is recommended to meet requirements and adequately understand course content.

Credits

27-33

Courses

For a complete list of all classes you will take, please see our Course Catalog.

View Catalog

How to Enroll

Please contact your advisor if you would like to add the minor.