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American Sign Language (ASL)

Beginning Fingerspelling (1 credit)

CourseDatesDaysTimesStatus
PST 136-01 1/28/19 - 2/27/19 M/W 4:00pm-5:20pm CLOSED

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This course is designed to help students develop comprehension and production fingerspelling skills used in American Sign Language. Within a range of contexts and using a variety of topics, the instructor will guide the students through extensive fingerspelling drills that emphasize clear form and transitions. Pass/fail grading basis.
Prerequisite: Completion of ASL II or permission of the department.
Tuition: PST: $316
Course Materials: None

Intermediate Fingerseplling (1 credit)

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PST 137-01 3/18/19 - 4/17/19 M/W 4:00pm-5:20pm CLOSED

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This course expands the emphasis on using fingerspelled and abbreviated words as well as lexicalized signs in ASL within a range of contexts. The instructor will guide the student through dialogues and short stories that emphasize clear form and transitions.
Prerequisite: Completion of ASL III or permission of the department. Pass/fail grading basis.
Tuition: PST: $316
Course materials: None

Visual Gestural Communication (3 credits)

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PST 300-01 1/26/19 - 5/04/19 S 9:00am-12:15pm CLOSED

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Students will develop capabilities in non-verbal communication and visual gestural communication, studying gestures as a form of communication and a basis for visual language. Emphasis is on learning to think in pictures and building production and comprehension communication skills.
Prerequisite: None
Tuition: PST: $950
Course materials: None

ASL I (3 credits)

CourseDatesDaysTimesRoomStatus
PST 301-01 1/23/19 - 5/06/19 M/W 6:30pm-7:50pm SLCC 2302 CLOSED
PST 301-02 1/26/19 - 5/04/19 S 9:00am-12:15pm N/A CLOSED
PST 301-03 1/23/19 - 5/06/19 M/W 8:30am-9:50am SLCC 1304 CLOSED
PST 301-04 1/22/19 - 5/02/19 T/TH 2:00pm-3:20pm N/A CLOSED

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This course introduces the basics of American Sign Language (ASL) and is designed for students who have little or no previous knowledge of ASL. Readiness for learning will be approached via visual-gestural communication techniques, visual discrimination, and visual memory exercises. ASL questions, commands, and other simple sentence structures are introduced to develop rudimentary conversational skills in ASL. Information about the Deaf Community and Deaf Culture will be introduced.
Prerequisite: None
Tuition: PST: $950
Course materials: 1) Purchase textbook(s) at eCampus. 2) GoReact ($19.95)
Click to view ASL I Syllabus in PDF format for more information.
Note: Payment must be received to finalize your course registration.

ASL II (3 credits)

CourseDatesDaysTimesRoomStatus
PST 302-01 1/23/19 - 5/06/19 M/W 6:30pm-7:50pm N/A CLOSED
PST 302-02 1/26/19 - 5/04/19 S 9:00am-12:15pm N/A CLOSED
PST 302-03 1/23/19 - 5/06/19 M/W 8:30am-9:50am SLCC 1302 CLOSED
PST 302-04 1/22/19 - 5/02/19 T/TH 2:00pm-3:20pm SLCC 1304 CLOSED

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This course is designed to continue development of American Sign Language (ASL) skills with primary focus on refining the use of basic ASL sentence types. Pronominalization, classifiers, spatial referencing, pluralization, and temporal and distributional aspects are introduced. Students will learn routine communicative functions of the language: asking, requesting, providing clarification, giving and asking for directions. Information about the Deaf Community and Deaf Culture will be included.
Prerequisite: ASL I with a grade of "B" or better, or equivalent and permission of program coordinator.
Tuition: PST: $950
Course materials: Purchase textbook(s) at eCampus. 2) GoReact ($19.95)
Click to view ASL II Syllabus in PDF format for more information.
Note: Payment must be received to finalize your course registration.

ASL III (3 credits)

This course builds on skills learned in American Sign Language (ASL) II, adding more complex ASL grammatical features and vocabulary, short stories, narratives, and dialogues. The course will include description of general surroundings, appropriate sequencing, temporal aspects and conditionals. Information about the Deaf Community and Deaf Culture will be included.Course Description     Sign Up

Prerequisite: ASL II with a grade of "B" or better, or equivalent and permission of program coordinator.
Tuition: $950
Instructor: TBD
Course Materials: 1) Purchase textbook(s) at eCampus. 2) GoReact ($19.95)
Click to view Online ASL III Syllabus in PDF format for more information.
Note: Payment must be received to finalize your course registration.

ASL IV (3 credits)

CourseDatesDaysTimesStatus
PST 304-01 1/23/19 - 5/06/19 M/W 6:30pm-7:50pm CLOSED
PST 304-02 1/26/19 - 5/04/19 S 9:00am-12:15pm CLOSED
PST 304-03 1/23/19 - 5/06/19 M/W 12:30pm-1:50pm CLOSED
PST 304-04 1/22/19 - 5/02/19 T/TH 8:00am-9:20am CLOSED

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This course expands on the development of American Sign Language (ASL) vocabulary and grammar, including the use of two to three character role shifts. Students describe settings, and explain or discuss everyday objects and their use, step-by-step processes, cause and effect, and culturally significant topics relating to the Deaf Community.
Tuition: $950
Instructor: TBD
Course Materials: 1) Purchase textbook(s) at eCampus. 2) GoReact ($19.95)
Click to view ASL IV Syllabus in PDF format for more information.
Note: Payment must be received to finalize your course registration

ASL V (3 credits)

CourseDatesDaysTimesRoomStatus
PST 305-01 1/23/19 - 5/06/19 M/W 6:30pm-7:50pm N/A CLOSED
PST 305-02 1/26/19 - 5/04/19 S 9:00am-12:15pm SLCC 1302 CLOSED

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This course applies knowledge of American Sign Language (ASL) grammar and vocabulary to the description of increasingly complex constructs, processes and situations. Students incorporate multiple character role shifting into medium-length stories, narratives and the discussion of hypothetical issues. Information on cultural values and attitudes as they relate to the Deaf Community is also examined.
Prerequisite: ASL IV with a grade of "B" or better, or equivalent and permission of program coordinator.
Tuition: PST: $950
Course materials: 1) Purchase textbook(s) at eCampus. 2) GoReact ($19.95)
Click to view ASL V Syllabus n PDF format for more information.

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BUSINESS

Business Computer Applications (3 credits)

CourseDatesDaysTimesRoomStatus
PST 436-01 1/22/19 - 5/06/19 T/TH 9:30am-10:50am N/A CLOSED
PST 436-02 1/23/19 - 5/06/19 M/W 10:00am-11:20pm EMG B02 CLOSED

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This course focuses on computer applications that are used widely in business. The course emphasizes the use of spreadsheets and database applications. Through hands-on Raining and lectures, student will learn to create professional looking spreadsheet documents and personal database management systems.
Crosslistings: BUS 181-01  Business Computer Applications
Prerequisite: None
Tuition: PST: $888
Instructor: Karen Alkoby
Course materials: Purchase textbook(s) at eCampus.
Note: Payment must be received to finalize your course registration.

Business Ethics (3 credits

CourseDatesDaysTimesRoomStatus
PST 453-01 1/22/19 - 5/06/19 T/TH 11:00am-12:20pm SAC 2214 CLOSED

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This course is cross-listed and is otherwise known as PHI 341. It introduces the student to the normative theories of moral philosophy as they apply to business. Students use films, case studies and current events to critically assess how to resolve moral issues commonly faced by managers, employees, marketers, and consumers.
Crosslistings: BUS 341-01  Business Ethics
Prerequisite: Permission of instructor; contact thomas.baldridge@gallaudet.edu
Tuition: PST: $888
Instructor: Thomas Baldridge
Course Materials: Purchase textbook(s) at eCampus.
Note: Payment must be received to finalize your course registration.

Business Law I (3 credits)

CourseDatesDaysTimesRoomStatus
PST 454-01 1/22/19 - 5/06/19 T/TH 9:30am-10:50am SAC 2214 CLOSED

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Business Law I introduces students to the American business legal environment and covers basic concepts in contracts, the uniform commercial code, corporations and partnerships, agency, intellectual property, employment, antitrust, consumer protection, security regulation, environmental and international law, and business ethics and social responsibility.
Crosslistings: BUS 371-01  Business Law I
Prerequisite: Permission of instructor; contact thomas.baldridge@gallaudet.edu
Tuition: PST: $888
Instructor: Thomas Baldridge
Course Materials: Purchase textbook(s) at eCampus.
Note: Payment must be received to finalize your course registration.

Investments (3 credits)

CourseDatesDaysTimesRoomStatus
PST 457-01 1/22/19 - 5/06/19 T/TH 11:00am-12:20pm SAC 1213 CLOSED

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An introduction to basic financial accounting theory and practice. This course provides students with the ability to understand business activities and the decisions that managers make by studying the accounting methods used in preparing financial reports. A user approach is emphasized so that students will learn to interpret financial reports in an accurate and relevant away by focusing on how accounting methods affect the evaluation of business results and the quality of business decisions that have been made.
Crosslistings: BUS 253-01  Investments
Prerequisite: Permission of the department; contact fouad.moussa@gallaudet.edu
Tuition: PST: $888
Instructor: Fouad Moussa
Course materials: Purchase textbook(s) at eCampus.
Note: Payment must be received to finalize your course registration.

Financial Accounting I (3 credits)

CourseDatesDaysTimesRoomStatus
PST 471-01 1/23/19 - 5/06/19 M/W 11:00am-12:20pm HMB 1202 CLOSED

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An introduction to basic financial accounting theory and practice. This course provides students with the ability to understand business activities and the decisions that managers make by studying the accounting methods used in preparing financial reports. A user approach is emphasized so that students will learn to interpret financial reports in an accurate and relevant away by focusing on how accounting methods affect the evaluation of business results and the quality of business decisions that have been made.
Crosslistings: ACC 201-01  Financial Accounting I
Prerequisite: Permission of the department; contact scott.recht@gallaudet.edu
Tuition: PST: $888
Instructor: Scott Recht
Course materials: Purchase textbook(s) at eCampus.
Note: Payment must be received to finalize your course registration.

Managerial Accounting (3 credits)

CourseDatesDaysTimesStatus
PST 472-01 1/22/19 - 5/06/19 T/TH 9:30am-10:50am CLOSED

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Management (or Managerial) Accounting comprises financial and non financial information intended to meet internal users' needs. It involves the development and interpretation of accounting information intended to specifically assist management in the operation of the business. Topics include the use of accounting information for planning and control, performance evaluation, decision making, and statement of cash flows, along with financial statement analysis. The course will cover cost behavior, job order costing, process costing, cost volume-profit relationship, relevant costing/benefits, budgeting, activity-based costing, cash flow and financial statement analysis. Computer lab required.
Crosslistings: ACC 203-01  Managerial Accounting
Prerequisite: Permission of the instructor; contact scott.recht@gallaudet.edu
Tuition: PST: $888
Instructor: Scott Recht
Course materials: Purchase textbook(s) at eCampus.
Note: Payment must be received to finalize your course registration.

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Interpretation Education

Interdisciplinary Approaches to Disaster Risk Reduction & Emergency Preparedness (3 credits)

CourseDatesDaysTimeRoomStatus
PST 603-UG01 1/22/19 - 5/06/19 T 4:00pm-6:50pm SLCC 2304 CLOSED
PST 603-G01 1/23/19 - 5/06/19 T 4:00pm-6:50pm SLCC 2304 CLOSED

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Global Climate Change-related disasters are becoming more frequent and more severe, demanding specialists prepared to engage research, training, and leadership across a range of fields and service sectors. Taught by faculty from six university departments and programs, together with personnel from the US Federal Emergency Management Agency, this course introduces students to climate change science, key concepts and activities involved in disaster management and emergency preparedness, and engages students in practical skill-building applications to gain experience toward four career-track areas: 1) Emergency First Responders; 2) Signed-Spoken language interpretation/translation in Disaster/Emergency settings; 3) Climate change and public health surveillance 4) Language and communication needs-assessment for deaf and disability advocacy and leadership in disaster crisis management and preparation. Each department/program will teach 2-3 course sessions, with a culminating project presentation for the campus community, FEMA, and other external partnering organizations.
Crosslistings: IDP 595-G02  Interdisciplinary Approaches to Disaster Risk Reduction & Emergency Preparedness
Prerequisite: None
Tuition: PST: $888
Instructor: Audrey Cooper
Course materials: Purchase textbook(s) at eCampus.
Note: Payment must be received to finalize your course registration.


Philosophy

Feminism in the Age of Trump (3 credits)

CourseDatesDaysTimesRoomStatus
PST 262-01 1/22/19 - 5/06/19 W 6:00pm-10:00pm HMB W320 CLOSED

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This course provides an introduction to feminism and feminist philosophy through the lens of feminist activism on various topics that have emerged during the presidency of Donald Trump. Topics to be discussed include misogyny, sexual harassment, the #MeToo movement, Title IX, and feminist wave theory.
Crosslistings:  PHI 395-01/GSR 300.09  Feminism in the Age of Trump
Prerequisite: None
Tuition: PST: $888
Instructor: Teresa Blankmeyer
Course materials: Purchase textbook(s) at eCampus.
Note: Payment must be received to finalize your course registration.

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