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Teacher Preparation Program

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Why should I choose the University of Utah Visual Impairments Program?

Statewide Preparation of K-12 Teachers and Early Childhood Specialists in Deaf & Hard of Hearing, Visual Impairments and Deafblind

The Multi-University Consortium for Teacher Preparation in Sensory Impairments is a cooperative effort between the Special Education Departments of the University of Utah and Utah State University. This program is available on campus and throughout the state of Utah using distance education.

The purpose of this program is to prepare early interventionists, preschool teachers, and K-12 teachers to work with Utah children who are deaf & hard of hearing, blind or visually impaired or deafblind, and their families. Graduates will be qualified to fill many roles in serving children who have sensory impairments. These roles include early interventionists in homes and other natural settings, classroom teachers, and support specialists in both categorical and inclusive programs.


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Last Updated: 11/15/22