Curriculum, Outcomes, and Assessment

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The General Studies Program and Assessment of all Outcomes, Spring 2012

The General Studies Program of General Studies Requirements (GSR) courses was established in 2007 as a response to calls for reform of the General Education curricular design at Gallaudet.  The mission statement of the GSR curriculum states that the program is designed to "provide a rigorous academic program that prepares students for successful learning in a complex world where traditional academic disciplines are interrelating, merging, and overlapping."  The program provides students with a high-quality sequence of coursework intended to prepare them for their chosen majors, for life-long learning, and for challenging careers.  The General Studies program begins with Freshman Foundations (GSR 100-level courses), continues with Integrated Courses (interdisciplinary GSR 200-level courses) and concludes with a Capstone Course (GSR 300).

The General Studies Program and Assessment of all Outcomes, Spring 2012  (PDF link below)

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