Graduate Catalog

DST 780 Deaf Studies Master's Project I

The Deaf Studies Master¿s Project is a required, culminating project which demonstrates student's exemplary achievement as a Master's student. Under the supervision of Department faculty, students will develop projects that significantly advance knowledge in one of three concentrations: Cultural Studies, Language and Human Rights or Early Language Advocacy. Students may elect to produce a traditional Master's thesis, a creative project, or an applied advocacy project. During the first semester, students will develop and defend their project, including a demonstration of the project's significance, appropriate research methodologies and a detailed plan of action.




Prerequisite: Students must have successfully completed the first year of the DST MA program.


Graduate, Masters