Gallaudet University: Stipends Available for Ph.D. Program in Deaf Education
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- Individually -Designed programs consist of 63-72 credit hours and are designed to prepare leadership personnel for positions as: (1) teacher educators, (2)researchers, or (3)coordinators for programs serving deaf and hard-of-hearing students.
- Programs consist of 42-48 credits of core coursework, practicum and internship experiences and dissertation credit taken at Gallaudet combined with 21-24 credits of concentration area coursework taken at Gallaudet and in universities in the Washington D.C. Consortium of Universities. In special circumstances (e.g., for currently employed leadership personnel who are unable to take 2-3 years away from their place of employment to complete doctoral studies), up to 24 credits of pre-planned, pre-approved concentration area credits taken at universities outside the Washington D.C. Consortium maybe transferred into the doctoral program.
- Concentration Area Options Include:
School -to -Work Transition
Instructional Interactive Media
- A Masters degree in Deaf Education or related field(e.g., Linguistics, Counseling, Psychology, or Special Education). Applications will be considered from individuals who have a Masters degree in one of the above concentration areas, assuming that the individuals are otherwise qualified. Programs for individuals accepted without Masters Degrees in Deaf Education will include 30 credits of coursework in Deaf Education
- Satisfactory GRE scores
- 3 years' experience (teaching preferred) with school-aged Deaf /HH children
- Verification of sign skills sufficient to converse with Deaf individuals
A limited number of $16,000 stipends and tuition waivers are available.
FOR MORE INFORMATION, CONTACT:
Dr. Carol J LaSasso, Professor (IN%"cjlasasso.gallau.gallaudet.edu")
Coordinator, PhD Program
Department of Education, Gallaudet University
800 Florida Avenue, Washington DC 20002
PH (v/tdd): (202) 651-5530 FAX: (202) 651-5860
Applications are encouraged from persons who are Deaf/HH or from racial/ethnic minority groups or currently employed leadership personnel
Uploaded by: BJ Lawrence/Kent State University/Deafed Major