The B.A. in American Sign Language allows students to pursue one of two tracks: American Sign Language Literature and Deaf Cultural Studies or Interpreting American Sign Language and English. ASL 1101-104 are prerequisites and the credits do not count towards the major.
Required Courses (15 credits):
American Sign Language Literature and Deaf Cultural Studies Track
Students must complete a minimum of nine credits, of which, a minimum of six credits must be from group A. All nine credits may be satisfied from Group A.
Interpreting American Sign Language and English Track
Students must complete all of the courses in Group A (12 credits) with an additional three credits from Group B.
A minor in American Sign Language and Deaf Culture Studies is described in the “Minors” section.