Most of Gallaudet University's undergraduate degree programs are in the College of Arts and Sciences (CAS).  The departments of American Sign Language & Deaf Studies, Linguistics, and Psychology also offer graduate degree programs.

CAS programs and courses are designed to cultivate inquiry and critical thinking, enhance communication, broaden knowledge of human experiences, and foster an appreciation and understanding of a diverse world community.

Dr. Genie Gertz, Dean

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