American Sign Language Minor

This interdisciplinary minor provides students with current information about ASL and the people for whom it is a primary language, the Deaf community in the U.S.

Prerequisite: ASLN 1101 and 1102 or equivalent are required but do not count toward the total credits required for the minor.

A total of 15 credits (five 3-credit courses) of 2000-level or above coursework is required.

Students enrolled in this minor are required to complete a minimum of four 3-credit courses from the following list of courses: ASLN 3299*, 3298*, 3305, 3650; ASLN/WGSS 3254; ASLN/LING 3800; LING 2850, 3799*, 3850.

An additional three-credit course may also be from the same list or a related course that is approved by the American Sign Language Studies minor advisor. No more than three credits of LING 3799 and no more than three credits of ASLN 3299 may count towards the minor. Credit earned for field study does not count towards the minor.

*As approved by the American Sign Language Studies minor advisor.

The minor is offered by the Literatures, Cultures and Languages Department.

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