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The Deaf Studies’ Master’s Project II is a required, culminating project which demonstrates students’ exemplary achievement as a Master’s student. Under the supervision of Department faculty, students will develop projects that significantly advance knowledge in either Cultural Studies, Language and Human Rights and Early Language Advocacy. Students may elect to produce a traditional Master’s thesis, a creative project, or an applied advocacy project. During the second semester, students will present and defend their project. All students take DST 781 for 3 credits. In the event students do not complete their thesis at the end need of DST 781, they enroll in 781 a second time as a one-credit course.

Students must have successfully completed the first year of the DST MA program and DST 780

Program: Deaf Studies

Credit: 1-1

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DST-410

Multicultural Deaf Lives…

This course will focus on cultural issues, values,…

Deaf Studies

Credits 3

DST-494

Senior Seminar

This seminar gives students the opportunity to develop…

Deaf Studies

Credits 3

DST-495

Special Topics

Special topics in the discipline, designed primarily for…

Deaf Studies

Credits 1-5

DST-497

Deaf Studies Senior…

This course will introduce students to several research…

Deaf Studies

Credits 3

DST-498

Deaf Studies Senior…

This course is an extension of DST 497…

Deaf Studies

Credits 3

DST-499

Independent Study

Intensive supervised study and research on topics of…

Deaf Studies

Credits 1-3