Undergraduate 2017-2018

American Sign Language

College of Education and Behavioral Sciences

Minor Requirements - 18-24 credits


Minor Requirements

Choose two of the following upper division courses (6 credits):

ASL 310Deaf Culture and Community

3

EDSE 550Foundations of Deaf Education

3

INTR 312Intercultural Communication

3

NOTES: If a student begins the minor at ASL 101, it will require 24 credit hours versus a student beginning at ASL 201 which would be a total of 18 credit hours. Six credit hours must be upper division courses.

Up to nine semester credit hours of the courses listed may be used to satisfy the Liberal Arts Core.

Students completing a major in ASL-English Interpretation and a minor in ASL are exempt from the University policy that a minimum of 12 credits hours can be shared between a major and minor. 

Advising with faculty advisor for the ASL minor is required before registration.

A challenge exam can be discussed with an advisor that can include retroactive ASL credit for successful demonstration of language competencies.

American Sign Language courses are conducted in ASL.

Students are encouraged to enrich their ASL language-related cultural awareness through participation in program-sponsored activities. Consult program advisor.

Students must maintain a minimum of a 'B' grade or better in those courses that count toward the minor and that are taken at UNC.

Must take a minimum of 12 credits in sequence that includes INTR 101 and INTR 102:

ASL 101American Sign Language I

3

ASL 102American Sign Language II

3

ASL 201American Sign Language III

3

ASL 202American Sign Language IV

3

INTR 101ASL V

3

INTR 102ASL VI

3