Feb 29, 2024  
2023-2024 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2023-2024 Undergraduate Catalog

American Sign Language (ASL) Studies Minor


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Department of American Sign Language

Department Chair: Charles Herbold, M.A.

 

Note: By the end of the program, students must demonstrate competence in American Sign Language (ASL) by completing ASL 2212 with a B- or better. Students wishing to minor in ASL Studies are advised to begin their language study as early as possible.

Required (24 credits):


Total Hours: 28


Other Opportunities:


Experiential Courses


  • (2 credits)
  • OR

  • (2 credits)
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    Practicums are encouraged, but not required. If a student wishes to have a practicum experience, contact the Department Chair.

     

  • (2 credits)
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    This is encouraged, but not required. May live in the ASL House for one year or attend Gallaudet University for a semester as a visiting student. Contact the Department Chair for more information.

     

    American Sign Language courses (ASL I-IV) may be waived through a placement examination before the beginning of classes. Students who have taken American Sign Language courses elsewhere must take the placement examination before registering.

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