Courses are offered during daytime hours only, two days per week. In the first semester, students must be available one additional day to complete their first-semester practicum requirements. Students must have a reliable means of transportation to and from their practicum sites. Students in this option who plan on continuing to a certificate or degree in ASL/English interpreting must maintain a grade of B or better in all ASL language classes.
ANT101 Cultural Anthropology is a prerequisite to DST205 Deaf Culture. Students needing ANT101 must take it in their first year.
|Recommended Course Sequence
Deaf Studies Certificate
|Year 1||Fall||ASL111, DST101, DST191|
|Spring||ANT101, ASL112, ASL203|
|Year 2||Fall||ASL201, DST205, PHI110|
|Spring||ASL202, ASL205, DST102 OR EDU101 OR HUS101|