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Continuing & Online Education
Anytime, anywhere: Learning, your way
We make it easy to customize your academic experience with online Undergraduate and Graduate degree paths.
Small class sizes, 8:1 Student-Faculty Ratio. Direct communication with professors via Blackboard and Zoom.
There’s no better time to earn an online degree, certification, or credits from Gallaudet University than right now! Let our well-renowned faculty motivate, challenge, and inspire you while you grow and contribute in ways you never thought possible.
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*Applicable to all continuing education programs except for customized training programs.
Gallaudet University offers the Online Degree Completion Program (ODCP), an online undergraduate degree path for Deaf Studies or Psychology students who have accumulated 60 hours of college credits, cannot finish their degree program on campus full-time.
Hearing applicants may apply. International students are eligible for the ODCP provided they are not in the United States.
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Applicants must complete or demonstrate the following before declaring a major in DST:
Prospective majors must have an overall GPA of at least 2.5 and complete the following pre-major and general education courses with a “C” or better:
Prospective majors then meet with the undergraduate program director via email, video chat, or videophone to determine if they have satisfied the academic requirements. During this initial contact, the student receives information about psychology course requirements for graduation. Additionally, the student may select a major advisor or have an advisor assigned by the program director. To remain in the ODCP-PSY program, a student must maintain a minimum GPA of 2.5 in major courses.
* Hearing applicants must follow the GU Hearing Undergraduate Admission Requirements, including taking the ASL Placement Test and receiving a passing score for admission to the program.
Send transcripts from accredited institutions of higher education, including Gallaudet University, for evaluation of transferable college credits.
** Gallaudet will accept any college-level course completed with a grade of “C” or better from any accredited college or university. Credits from non-accredited institutions will not be accepted. Transferred courses may be applied to satisfy general education requirements or major requirements. Transferred courses with no Gallaudet equivalent will be considered elective credit.
*** Transfer students who have completed 30 hours of college credit hours or a combination of 12 hours of college English and math credit with a grade of “C” or higher in each course will be notified by the Office of Admissions if they are waived from submitting ACT/SAT scores.
Applicants who have been waived from submitting test scores may still be required to take English and math placement tests to be placed in the appropriate General Education courses.
**** Only required if you are deaf or hard of hearing.
For degree-seeking students from other universities/colleges
Gallaudet University, chartered in 1864, is a private university for deaf and hard of hearing students.
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