Certificate in Deaf Studies

Overview

Dr. Gene Mirus, Program Coordinator
Sorenson Language and Communication Center, Room 1211

The Graduate Certificate Program in Deaf Studies provides students with historical and theoretical foundations in Deaf Studies.  Students may select courses from an interdisciplinary curriculum in the areas of cultural studies, history, critical theory, philosophy, literature, disability studies, visual culture, critical pedagogy, public policy and advocacy. This 18-credit program will enhance students' knowledge of Deaf Studies, better preparing them to work in fields relating to Deaf communities.