Minor in American Sign Language
A minor in American Sign Language requires a total of 23 hours of coursework. These include:
|Minor in American Sign Language|
|SGNL 1401||Elementary Amer Sign Lang I||4|
|SGNL 1402||Elementary Amer Sign Lng II||4|
|SGNL 2311||Intermediate American Sign Language I||3|
|SGNL 2312||Intermediate American Sign Language II||3|
|SGNL 3301||Adv. American Sign Language||3|
|DSSL 3310||Deaf Culture||3|
|DSSL 3320||Linguistic Structures of ASL||3|
Foreign Language Requirement
The 12-14 semester hour requirement consists of four courses in one language: 1411, 1412, 2311, and 2312. These courses must be taken in sequence. No two courses in the series may be taken concurrently without the written approval of the Department Chair. The requirement reads “12-14 hours” to accommodate transfer students from institutions that award only 3 hours credit for each semester of the first year.
The University offers a CLEP subject exam in order to determine the amount of credit to be given for courses which need not be taken because of adequate performance on the examination. Inquiries should be directed to the Office of Testing.