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Students must pass ENG 102, ASL 125 and DST 101 with a grade of "B" or better prior to declaring a minor in Deaf Studies.
The Black Deaf Studies Minor is open to anyone with an existing major who wants to supplement their majors with studies in Black Deaf experience, culture, and language. The minor...
The Cultural Studies Concentration challenges students to develop methods of inquiry, research, and critique that explore historically-created social institutions and cultural processes which shape the world and deaf ways-of-being. Students...
The Concentration in Language and Human Rights is designed to give a globally based student population an understanding of the development of the U.S. and international human rights instruments, institutions,...
The Graduate Certificate Program in Deaf Cultural Studies provides students with historical and theoretical foundations in Deaf Studies. Students may select courses from an interdisciplinary curriculum in the areas of...
Requirements for Admission to an ODCP Minor in Psychology Students must complete all pre-minor and minor courses with a "C" or better. In addition, students wishing to declare a Psychology...
Requirements for Admission to an ODCP Minor in Deaf Studies Students must pass GSR 103 and DST 101 with a grade of "B" or better prior to declaring a minor...
Founded by Jane Norman, Ph.D., The National Deaf Life Museum at Gallaudet University is the spot in D.C. to sneak a peek into the history and heritage of the evolving deaf community. The museum serves as a resource for the deaf and hearing alike to understand and enjoy deaf life and art while students have the opportunity to pitch and create an exhibit for display in the museum.
Established in 2020, The Center for Black Deaf Studies (CBDS) (CBDS) is Gallaudet’s first step in developing multicultural deaf studies centers. The CBDS is complete with a computer lab, digital library, smart classroom, and professional staff available to support and collaborate with students in their work.
Gain unparalleled professional experience right on campus as you create an exhibit for the Gallaudet Museum, develop the Gallaudet Almanac, host an annual deaf alumni panel, or collaborate with faculty on research. Students can also enjoy a variety of internships to position them for career success through a strong network of connections, and real-world experience.
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