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Upon completion of General Studies, pre-major and major core course requirements, students may choose one of the two application domain concentration areas in Network/Database/Web or Medical Informatics, or select a...
The minor in IT consists of a minimum of 21 credit hours which may include pre-major courses, major core and elective ITS courses. Students who are interested in IT minor...
The lab, in partnership with the Technology Access Program and the new MS in Accessible Human-Centered Computing, focuses on providing students with research experiences on projects that enhance the accessibility of information technologies, such as captions or interpreting for streaming videos for consumers who are deaf, hard of hearing, or deaf-blind (DHHDB). The diverse teams provide students with the experience and knowledge to recognize the range and complexity of accessibility challenges in accessing information technologies and to evaluate the efficacy of proposed solutions in a unique research environment. Each research project addresses unsolved accessibility challenges for deaf, hard of hearing, or deaf-blind consumers in using existing information technologies that undergraduate researchers can easily understand, analyze, and solve.
The purpose of this study is to develop software that would improve the geolocating of spy satellite photos from the 1960s. Working with the National Aeronautic Space Administration (NASA), researchers are recalibrating mapping points from the original 30m resolution images on a higher resolution to update and improve accuracy.
Students may submit their technology-related project ideas to Gallaudet Technology Services (GTS) for a chance to design, build, and run a research project of their own.
IT students are required to complete at least one summer- or semester-long internship to develop their professional skills. University and faculty resources are available for students who need assistance finding internships. Internship positions in IT include support center work, computer network installation and maintenance, systems integration, technical documentation, and information services just to name a few. The following are examples of past internships.
Accessible Information and Communications Technology (AICT)
Internships with AICT at Gallaudet focus on developing and assessing accessible solutions for communication technology. This 10-week program includes benefits like a $6,000 stipend, as well as fully-covered travel, housing, and meal costs. Not to mention the fact that it’s conveniently located on campus.
IT students are perfect candidates for internships at Apple. Offering summer or co-op options, students work on an Apple campus learning the ins and outs of the business straight from the source of the world’s largest tech company.
Through their University Internship program, Microsoft creates a unique experience for students interested in the technology field. As a full-time Information Technology student, you have the chance to bring your unique skills and perspective to one of the world’s leading tech companies.
ACM is the world’s largest computing society, and information technology students are eligible to join for $19/year. Membership includes access to exclusive content, private events, and a vast learning center.
VMWare Software center is a place for students and faculty in the Department of Science, Technology & Mathematics to download and install VMWare software on their personally-owned computers and/or institutionally-owned computers. It requires Gallaudet account and the verification of the STM department before you can...
Azure Dev Tools for Teaching is a place for students and faculty in the Department of Science, Technology & Mathematics to download and install Microsoft software on their personally-owned computers and/or institutionally-owned computers. Students and faculty can access software, free training/learning materials and the Azure...
Gallaudet University's Information Technology program requires students to have a laptop that can run multiple operating systems and applications for IT major required courses. IT program recommends Macbook Pro with 16 GB of RAM and 500 GB HD, which supports macOS, Windows and Linux operating...
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