Required course work provides students with theory and practical application of American sign language with knowledge and appreciation of deaf culture and deaf history. The program will provide students with the skills and ability to interact with the broader deaf community. Graduates will have enhanced skills and credentials in professions such as speech language hearing sciences, nursing, education, social work, criminal justice and the general service industries.
For department information or additional degree requirements, go to the Languages, Literatures and International Studies department page.
|Total Credits Required
|Deaf Studies Required Courses
|DFST 101 American Sign Language 1
|DFST 102 American Sign Language 2
Bulletin Year: 2023 - 2024 Undergraduate Bulletin