American Sign Language and Deaf Studies Minor
American Sign Language is a visual language that is predominately used by Deaf and hard of hearing communities in the United States and many parts of Canada. Developing fluency in American Sign Language and expertise in the community and culture provides a foundation for careers that work with the American Deaf community.
For more information, contact Laurie Shaffer, minor supervisor.
To earn a minor in American Sign Language and Deaf Studies, students must complete 24 credits, with no individual grade lower than C-.
|ASL 435||American Sign Language I||4|
|ASL 436||American Sign Language II||4|
|INTR 438||A Socio-cultural Perspective on the Deaf Community||4|
|Select three courses from the following:||12|
|American Sign Language III|
|American Sign Language IV|
|Advanced American Sign Language Discourse I|
|Advanced American Sign Language Discourse II|
|Comparative Linguistic Analysis for Interpreters|