The ASL and Deaf Studies degree is designed for students seeking a career in the field of Deaf Studies, education, social work, psychology, linguistics, communication, speech language pathology, and other related disciplines. Course work includes ASL Structure, Deaf Culture, Deaf Education, Deaf History, and other electives designed to create a well-rounded and fluent professional that can work with the Deaf community in a variety of settings.
Projected number of students to earn the American Sign Language – Deaf Studies AA Degree Year 1: 10
Projected number of students to earn the American Sign Language – Deaf Studies AA Degree Year 2: 15
Students will be able to demonstrate the career skills needed to work with the Deaf Community.
To earn an Associates Degree in American Sign Language – Deaf Studies, students must complete 17 required units in American Sign Language, 5 units of elective coursework in American Sign Language and Work Experience, plus the College of the Canyons Associates Degree General Education Requirements.
(Y1 or S1)
|SIGN-103||American Sign Language III||4|
|SIGN-104||American Sign Language IV||4|
|SIGN-110||American Deaf Culture ||3|
|SIGN-113||Creative Uses of Sign||3|
|SIGN-114||Working and Socializing with People Who are Deaf-Blind||4|
|SIGN-210||Structure of American Sign Language||3|
|SIGN-212||Deaf Education ||3|
|CWE-186SIGN/CWE-188SIGN||Cooperative Work Experience Education Sign Language (Unpaid or Paid) ||1|
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Votes were certified on 11/16/23
Robert Cabral · 11/15/23
Isaac Rodriguez Lupercio · 11/15/23
Alan Price · 11/16/23
Oscar Ramos · 11/20/23
Debbie Newcomb · 11/27/23
Harriett Happel · 11/28/23
Tom Lamica · 11/30/23