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ASL Minor

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American Sign Language courses may be taken to fulfill foreign language requirements. If you choose ASL to complete these requirements, you may be interested in continuing to complete the ASL minor, especially if you're an education major.

A department advisor will work with you to ensure you get the most out of the curriculum, which may include opportunities for independent study.

Before beginning the ASL minor, you must complete the following ASL courses:

  • ASL 1110: Beginning American Sign Language I
  • ASL 1120: Beginning American Sign Language II
  • ASL 2110: Intermediate American Sign Language I
  • ASL 2120: Intermediate American Sign Language II

  • ASL 2010: American Deaf Culture
  • ASL 3110: Advanced American Sign Language I
  • ASL 3120: Advanced American Sign Language II
  • Six additional credits in ASL