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Audiology and Speech Language Pathology

College of Clinical and Rehabilitative Health Sciences

American Sign Language

American Sign Language

The minor in American Sign Language (ASL) is appropriate for students who desire training in ASL to communicate with individuals in the Deaf community. The minor consists of a minimum of 18 credits of study. Students are encouraged to consult with a departmental advisor and review course descriptions prior to selecting and registering for class.

 See the flyer for additional information about the minor.

For more information:

Megan Roberts
Megan Roberts, M.Ed.
Director of Student Success
College of Clinical and Rehabilitative Health Sciences


Hutcheson Hall Room 102


ASL Minor Requirements

ASLC 2010 - American Sign Language I Basic (3 credits)

ASLC 2020 - American Sign Language II Intermediate (3 credits)

ASLC 3010 - Introduction to Deaf Culture (3 credits)

ASLC 3020 - Linguistic Perspectives on ASL (3 credits)

ASLC 4010 - American Sign Language III Grammar Proficiency (3 credits)

ASLC 4020 - American Sign Language IV Advanced (3 credits)

 A detailed description of each of the courses can be found within the ASL minor catalog.





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