The minor in American Sign Language (ASL) is appropriate for students who desire training in ASL to communicate with individuals in the Deaf community. The minor consists of a minimum of 18 credits of study. Students are encouraged to consult with a departmental advisor and review course descriptions prior to selecting and registering for class.
See the flyer for additional information about the minor.
For more information:
ASL Minor Requirements
ASLC 2010 - American Sign Language I Basic (3 credits)
ASLC 2020 - American Sign Language II Intermediate (3 credits)
ASLC 3010 - Introduction to Deaf Culture (3 credits)
ASLC 3020 - Linguistic Perspectives on ASL (3 credits)
ASLC 4010 - American Sign Language III Grammar Proficiency (3 credits)
ASLC 4020 - American Sign Language IV Advanced (3 credits)
A detailed description of each of the courses can be found within the ASL minor catalog.
- Exciting News Coverage of the ETSU ASL Minor Program by the Johnson City Press