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Minor in American Sign Language Studies

Enrich your lifestyle, expand your potential.

Whether you’re preparing for a career in journalism, law, education, medicine, social work, business, biology or virtually any other field, a minor in American Sign Language (ASL) Studies will enrich your degree and your future.

Add culture to your life and your career, increase your marketability, polish up your communication skills, and grow significantly the number of patients, clients, audience members and individuals you will interact with every day.

An American Sign Language minor at William Woods University includes coursework in American Sign Language, Deaf culture and various electives like sociological perspective of Deaf education and ASL Literature.

Requirements/Curriculum

The Minor in American Sign Language Studies at William Woods University includes 18 course credits total — 15 required course credits and 3 required elective credits.

Courses you may take

ASL 105

American Sign Language I -D

3.00

ASL 120

Deaf Culture -D

3.00

ASL 145

American Sign Language II

3.00

ASL 205

American Sign Language III

3.00

ASL 245

American Sign Language IV

3.00

Curriculum

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