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Deaf Human Services - 54 Credits - BS

Delivery Method: Online

To prepare human services professionals to serve Deaf individuals in families, groups, communities and/or other supported human services organization functions. The American Sign Language and Interpreting Program at WWU prepares graduates to work as culturally responsible professionals providing excellent service to the Deaf Community.

*Admission to this program (declaration of major) requires one of the following: ASLPI score of 3 or higher, or SLPI score of Intermediate or higher, or Proof of NIC (National Interpreter Certification), or Proof of State BEI basic or higher.

**Students participating in the agreement with the DMH must meet DMH requirements.

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Core Credits: 54.00

Course # Course Title Hours
ASL 101 Career Seminar in ASL Studies 3.00
ASL 120 Deaf Culture -D 3.00
ASL 321 Sociological Perspectives of Deaf Education 3.00
ASL 425 Linguistics of American Sign Lang 3.00
ASL 450 Senior Capstone 3.00
MAT 114 Elementary Statistics -M 3.00
PSY 101 General Psychology I -S 3.00
PSY 102 General Psychology II -S 3.00
PSY 313 Statistics for the Social Sciences 3.00
PSY 411 Abnormal Psychology 3.00
PSY 413 Advanced Research Project 3.00
SCA 245 Ethics in Social Science -E 3.00
SWK 215 Social Welfare -S 3.00
SWK 312 Intervention Strategies Indiv/Famil 3.00
SWK 313 Research Methods 3.00
SWK 316 Human Behavior in the Environment I 3.00
SWK 317 Human Behavior in Environment II 3.00
SWK 374 Mental Health Services and Policies 3.00

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