Fontbonne University’s College of Education and Allied Health Professions, known locally, regionally and nationally for quality programs, offers degree programs and continuing education to keep you on top of the latest research, information and training. Undergraduate and graduate programs include communication disorders and deaf education, education and special education, and family and consumer sciences.
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 work together collaboratively—a critical skill for effective practice—and students have access to critical clinical and educational practicum opportunities.
Our Deaf Education department, established in 1963, has a long tradition of offering leading edge technology and learning resources, combining science with the art of teaching to ensure you are well prepared before you enter the classroom.
Degree and minor programs offered through the College emphasize a mix of science, research and technology complemented by practicum work to provide a well-rounded education that’s personalized to your needs. The Center for Teacher and Therapist Training and The Eardly Family Clinic for Speech, Language and Hearing extend our ability to reach and serve the community while providing practical experience for our students.
The College offers undergraduate and graduate degrees, as well as minor emphasis, continuing education courses, and certificates.
Your education is the cornerstone of a successful career, no matter where you choose to serve. Everyone at the College is committed to working with you to ensure you have the opportunity to fully explore your area of study in ways that are personally and professionally meaningful.