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Linguistics Major with Concentration in ASL/English Interpreting

The 51 credit Linguistics major with a concentration in American Sign Language provides students with advanced language knowledge of American Sign Language, competence in the linguistic structure of American Sign Language, and an understanding of the status of American Sign Language as the status of the deaf cultural minority in the United States.

View Requirements in the Course Catalog

For more information contact the chair of the Linguistics Department.

Interested in ASL-English Interpreting? Go to Discover Interpreting.

Registry for Interpreters for the Deaf, RID

Transfer students are welcome! Advisors will be available to help with your placement into the program.