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Program Highlights

  • Departments within the college include Education/Special Education, Communication Disorders & Deaf Education and Family & Consumer Sciences
  • Collaborative preparation of teachers and speech-language pathologists
  • Five bachelor’s degree programs
  • Nine master’s degree programs
  • A designated Speech-language pathology track available with an emphasis in collaborative, inclusive education practice with learners who use augmentative communication and learners who use cochlear implants
  • Prepares more special education teachers than any program in Missouri in mild/moderate, deaf education, early childhood special education, and speech-language pathology
  • Recently awarded two U.S. Department of Education Office of Special Education Programs grants totaling $2.5 million
  • Recently awarded 2011 Models of Excellence Award from the Association of Independent Liberal Arts Colleges for Teacher Education for the Brentwood School District, Special School District of St. Louis County, and Fontbonne University partnerships
  • Houses The Eardley Family Clinic for Speech, Language and Hearing
  • Only M.A. program in Early Intervention in Deaf Education in Missouri
  • Online graduate program in reading
  • M.A. Ed. Degree with concentration in autism spectrum disorders
  • A designated speech-language pathology graduate track available with an emphasis in deafness
  • Prepared 5 principals and 92 teachers working in St. Louis Public Schools
  • Capellupo Family Weekend Augmentative and Alternative Theater Camp
  • "Fontbonne Inspires Reading Excitement," a summer camp for children who are deaf or hard of hearing
  • Aphasia Boot Camp
  • Hosted more than 20 professional development institutes
  • 15% educator discount for tuition
  • Collaborative international programs in Costa Rica, Belize, England, El Salvador