Deaf Studies

Note: Course details for Summer 2018 will be available on December 15. The courses below were offered in Summer 2017 and can serve as a guide to what is typically offered.

School of Education

Deaf Literature and ASL Folklore

SED DE 551

Representative fiction, nonfiction, poetry, and drama depicted in readings and videotapes related to everyday lives of Deaf people. Develops insight and appreciation of Deaf literature and ASL folklore and their implications for education. 4 cr.


American Sign Language I

SED DE 570

Introductory course that provides non-native signers an opportunity to study American Sign Language as a foreign second language. Emphasizes developing receptive skills. An introduction to Deaf culture is presented through instruction and activities. 4 cr.


American Sign Language II

SED DE 571

Prereq: (SED DE 570). Continuation of SED DE 570. Extensive information on Deaf culture is presented through conversation. 4 cr.