Career & Internship Support

All students are encouraged to take advantage of internship opportunities and some programs require internships.

Deaf Studies (Undergraduate): DFST students are required to complete a 3-credit internship courses (DFST 410) as a capstone course in the degree program. Students may also participate in other courses that involve outreach into the community. Students meet with the program director for assistance with internship placement.

Speech-Language Pathology (Undergraduate): Beginning in the fall of 2016, Speech-Language Pathology students will be allowed to participate in an internship to fulfill three credits of required electives in the program. Students must select an internship associated with health care or education that is related to their grown in the discipline. Students work with the TU Career Center to locate an internship and with a faculty member in the department for development of an individualized internship plan (syllabus).

Graduate programs: All students must complete on-campus and off-campus clinical practicum experiences that are coordinated by the clinical directors.