At the heart of the liberal arts is an ongoing conversation between student, teacher and community, elevating all to learners in the exploration of the ways human beings can attain knowledge. Classes at Gallaudet University are small and relationships with faculty are personal, creating an environment where faculty members view the education of students as their priority.
The 21st century job market evolves faster than ever before. Students who study the liberal arts at Gallaudet successfully are broad-minded, multidisciplinary, and prepared for the future. By providing a well-rounded education, the liberal arts prepare students at Gallaudet for graduate work in many fields including business, diplomacy, research, science and teaching.
The average American changes his or her career path between five and seven times over his or her lifetime, often starting over in a new field. Opting for a liberal arts education at Gallaudet could be the defining choice between merely knowing what you need to know for your next job... or preparing for a lifetime as a professional.
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Close working relationships with faculty.
The faculty to student ratio is 1:8, meaning students have myriad opportunities to argue over challenging ideas and teachers get to know students well enough to help identify future goals with them.
Custom career preparation.
The Career Center is a hub of activity for students seeking professional experience. Networking opportunities, training and self-marketing workshops are provided year-round. Job and internship opportunities are actively pursued with local, national, and international employers. The Career Center assists students in every stage of career development.
Wonderfully competitive and fiercely supportive campus culture.
An often overlooked byproduct of attending college alongside hundreds of peers who are just like you is the truly merit-based environment. Services and staff on campus are designed for full access, and the resulting campus culture is one where go-getters thrive.
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