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Creation and expression- the heartbeat of a liberal arts education

Perhaps no other area of study does more to prepare world-changing leaders than Arts and Humanities. Here is where you will be challenged to embrace the transformative power through the shared human experience. History, deaf studies, philosophy, the arts, and international studies are all presented in a curriculum that embraces interdisciplinary learning, collaboration within diverse groups, critical thinking, and comprehension of cultural and global issues.

Gallaudet is the only university in the world where students live and learn in ASL and English. So it should come as no surprise that we believe Arts and Humanities are all about expressing yourself. We have the curriculum, talented faculty, expansive creative spaces, and advanced technology to ensure you have all you need for your educational journey.

Collaborative opportunities experienced in both ASL and English

By studying and living at the world’s only bilingual ASL and English university, you will become fluent in ASL and gain firsthand insight into the global deaf and hard of hearing community. Gain unparalleled professional experience right on campus as you help create an exhibit for the Gallaudet Museum, develop the Gallaudet Almanac, host an annual deaf alumnae panel or collaborate on faculty research.

Areas of Study

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Overview Dr. Erin Moriarty Harrelson, Program Coordinator   The Cultural Studies Concentration challenges students to develop methods of inquiry, research, and critique that explore historically-created social institutions and cultural processes ...

Overview Dr. Erin Moriarty Harrelson, Program Coordinator   The Concentration in Early Language Advocacy is designed to train students in front-line language advocacy work within the fields of education and ...

Overview Dr. Erin Moriarty Harrelson, Program Coordinator  The Concentration in Language and Human Rights is designed to give a globally based student population an understanding of the development of the ...

Overview Dr. Erin Moriarty Harrelson, Program Coordinator The Graduate Certificate Program in Deaf Cultural Studies provides students with historical and theoretical foundations in Deaf Studies. Students may select courses from ...

Programs & Projects

B.A. in Theatre Arts: Production/Performance

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Roberto Sanchez
Sorenson Language and Communication Center
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202-651-5925
Roberto Sanchez
Sorenson Language and Communication Center
1112
202-651-5925
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Admissions Requirements

Hearing Undergraduate