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2023-2024 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2023-2024 Undergraduate Catalog

American Sign Language (ASL) Major


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Description


The ASL major in ASL Studies offer a variety of courses related to the language, culture, and literature of Deaf people in the United States and Canada as well as a glimpse at international perspectives in the field. This program of study includes various opportunities for immersion in the language and culture of Deaf people. Students may complete a January Term in an ASL environment, as well. For students wishing to pursue a career in teaching Deaf students, McDaniel College offers a nationally recognized graduate program in Deaf Education. The ASL Studies major and minor provide a critical foundation for the graduate degree and includes courses that satisfy prerequisites for Deaf Education. All courses are taught in ASL. Voice interpreters are provided for the ASL-2013 and ASL-2230 courses only.

Total Program Hours: 45-48


BA/MS Pathway Program


The Bachelor of Arts in American Sign Language offers an Accelerated Bachelor’s to Master’s Pathway Program  for academically qualified McDaniel students.

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