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World Languages and Cultures
Gallaudet’s World Languages and Cultures program delivers global marketability to its graduates by exposing them to world cultures through a variety of avenues. Students gain valuable proficiency in other languages by immersing themselves in study abroad or internship opportunities.
A Bachelor of Arts in the International Studies program enables students to explore interconnections among history, economics, politics, culture, society and language with a global perspective. Through the completion of...
A Bachelors of Arts in Spanish consists of:A minimum of thirty hours from courses numbered 200 and beyond in the Spanish field of study. One of these courses must be...
A minimum of fifteen hours from courses numbered 200 and beyond in the Spanish field of study. One general elective course (outside the 15 required credits in the Spanish field)...
Students in the World Languages and Cultures programs have the world open to them. They can study abroad for a semester in one of the following countries to learn a foreign sign language.
The IDMA Program Monthly Journal [MOJO] is for colleagues, communities, and partners dedicated to social justice work within international development spaces, scholarship, advocacy, research, training, policy-making, and fieldwork practice.
MOJO grows out of our mission to train professionals in critical theory and methods for advancing social change led by deaf, deafblind, and hard of hearing communities and reflective of all intersecting backgrounds to address global inequalities.
The English Language Institute (ELI) provides an English as a Second Language program for American and international deaf and hard of hearing students to achieve academic, professional, and personal language goals.
Students are also encouraged to take advantage of our worldwide connections to find an internship. In the past, students have interned in all of the following countries:
All students must complete at least one 10-week international internship or a study abroad course in French or Spanish.
The Office for Career Success office and World Languages and Cultures faculty can help students find internships.
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