Learn more about the courses required for a two year degree in American Sign Language & Deaf Studies
About ASL & Deaf Studies
American Sign Language & Deaf Studies is an intensive two-year program designed to prepare students to pursue a baccalaureate degree in American Sign Language & Deaf Studies interpreting or provide for a foundation in careers that serve deaf individuals.
The American Sign Languange & Deaf Studies Program is located on the campus of the Indiana School for the Deaf in Indianapolis. ASL & Deaf Studies faculty are Deaf, native signers who have taken intensive training in teaching ASL & Deaf Studies.
The curriculum provides for full immersion into ASL Deaf Studies through learning-centered instruction both inside and outside the classroom. The unique location of the ASL & Deaf Studies Program allows for involvement and collaboration with deaf students and the vibrant Deaf Community of Indianapolis.
Find out if a career in American Sign Language and Deaf Studies is right for you!
For more information contact:
Tami Dominguez, Administrative Assistant
Dr. Cynthia Sanders, Program Chair