American Sign Language (ASL) Studies, Minor
The minor in American Sign Language teaches communication competency in a visual language. Students become knowledgeable about aspects of the Deaf and hard-of-hearing community. For careers working with the public, this minor is beneficial for understanding and communicating with Deaf and hard-of-hearing people. This minor does not prepare students to interpret, nor fulfill the pre-admission and admission process for the ASL and English Interpretation Program.
A grade of “C” or higher is required in each course while maintaining a 2.75 GPA or higher in the minor.
|ASL 201||American Sign Language III||3|
|ASL 202||American Sign Language IV||3|
|ASL 301||American Sign Language V||3|
|ASL 302||American Sign Language VI||3|
|ASL 225||Introduction to Deaf Studies||3|
|Choose from three hours of the following:||3|
|ASL Comprehension and Fluency I|
|Historical & Current Perspectives of Deaf Ways of Being|
|Special Topics in Deaf Studies:___|
|Independent Work in Deaf Studies|
|Prof. Issues in Interpreting|
|Education of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing|