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Student Learning Outcomes: The Department has established student learning outcomes (SLOs) for the programs. The SLOs are available in PDF format. Students will use American Sign Language (ASL) and written English to communicate effectively with diverse audiences, for a variety of purposes, and in a...
The Five Competencies Overview Freshman Foundations GSR 101: First-Year Seminar (3) GSR 102: Critical Reading and Writing (3) GSR 103: American Sign Language and Deaf Studies (3) GSR 104: Quantitative Reasoning Approach (3) Career Development Workshop GSR 110: Career Development Workshop Integrated Courses GSR 150:...
The course GSR 300 is a culminating experience that ties together all of the Five Competencies. Community groups, both local and more far-flung, will present classes with problems/needs. Students from various majors will sign up for a specific problem, forming project teams, each of which...
This 1-credit course helps incoming and transfer students attain the knowledge of professional skills, behaviors and career competencies necessary for a successful pre-professional internship experience and future career development. Students will create effective resumes, practice networking and interview skills to market key accomplishments, conduct career...
Freshman Foundations The Freshman Foundation is the first General Studies component. Under this component, you take four Freshman Foundation courses: First Year Seminar (GSR 101) Critical Reading and Writing (GSR 102) American Sign Language and Deaf Studies (GSR 103) Quantitative Reasoning course (GSR 104) GSR...
Preparing students to succeed in the 21st-century world is at the heart of a liberal arts university. Today's world is one where: Technology makes information easy to find but sometimes overwhelming to manage Learning and action are integrated and learning lasts a lifetime Multiculturalism and...
Gallaudet Courses–General Studies Requirements (GSR) Other University Courses Freshman Foundations GSR101-First Year Seminar First Year Seminar Transfer and returning students with at least junior standing, or those students who have been accepted into a major program of study at Gallaudet, and have a cumulative GPA...
Program Assessment General Studies follows rigorous assessment practices as recommended by the Association of American Colleges and Universities (AAC&U). Ongoing assessment of the program measures how well best practices are being achieved. Best Practices in Teaching Engaged teaching and learning with an emphasis on active...
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