Minor in Deaf Studies
The deaf studies minor offers training in American Sign Language and knowledge of the American Deaf Community. These skills can enhance your undergraduate eductation and may be applied to various settings such as education, human services, social work, health care, counseling, and many others. The deaf studies minor will also provide specific ASL skills necessary to apply to graduate programs such as Deaf Education, ASL linguistics, rehabilitation counseling, and more.
The minimum number of credits (exclusive of the University's Core curriculum) required for the minor in Deaf studies: 22. A minor in Deaf studies consists of the following courses: LIN 203, ASL 201, ASL 202, ASL 401, ASL 402, one of LIN 105, 310, 315, 395, ASL 301, 302, or 303.