American Sign Language (ASL) Studies B.A.
*Bachelor of Arts degree programs require a minor and a year of a foreign language.
Students must earn a grade of ‘C’ or better to continue on in their sequence of majors courses. If a student does not receive a grade of ‘C’ or better, they will be invited to repeat the course. The curriculum is designed for classes to layer information and skill, thus lack of skill development in a prerequisite course will not lead to success in future work. For example: If a student receives a ‘C’ in ASL II they may go on to ASL III. If a student receives a ‘D’ in ASL II, they will be invited to repeat the course until they earn a grade of ‘C’ or better.
Course List - Total Hours: 45
|Course #||Course Title||Hours|
|ASL101||Career Seminar in ASL Studies||3|
|ASL105||American Sign Language I||3|
|ASL145||American Sign Language II||3|
|ASL205||American Sign Language III||3|
|ASL216||Linguistics of Non-Manual Markers in ASL||3|
|ASL220||Ethics and Decision Making||3|
|ASL245||American Sign Language IV||3|
|ASL305||American Sign Language V||3|
|ASL321||Sociological Perspectives of Deaf Education||3|
|ASL416||Deaf People in Society||3|
|ASL425||Linguistics of American Sign Language||3|
|Required Electives (ASL Studies B.A.)||3|