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College of Education and Allied Health Professions
Fontbonne University’s College of Education and Allied Health Professions comprises a variety of undergraduate and graduate degrees that span many fields and disciplines. If you plan to become a teacher, special educator, therapist, or clinician, you will find that the College of Education and Allied Health Professions offers a comprehensive, interdisciplinary approach to education in an engaging, challenging and supportive learning environment.
Faculty and students will have the opportunity to broaden their focus and educational expertise while learning to work together collaboratively — a critical skill for effective practice. Our faculty members are experienced professionals who draw from their own firsthand experience in addition to applying modern theories and approaches. They are invested in your education and dedicated to your success.
Known locally, regionally and nationwide for high quality programs — including important clinical and educational practicum opportunities — Fontbonne sets the stage for you to gain the real world experience and skills you need to become a dedicated and accomplished professional who can make a difference in the lives of children, students, clients and patients and their families.
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Career Outcomes - First Destination Information
The 2014 graduating class* of the Fontbonne University College of Education and Communication Sciences and Disorders has a 93 percent career outcome rate. Sixty-one percent of these students are employed, 31 percent are continuing their education, and two percent are not seeking employment.