American Sign Language
Deaf Education is a specialized education field that opens up learning for students
who are deaf or hard of hearing. Studying American Sign Language (ASL) at Collin College
will prepare you to pursue a career or degree in Deaf Education or Deaf Studies at
a four-year college.
You’ll learn essential foundational ASL skills, become familiar with Deaf culture and get an introduction to the discipline of education. See the education plan below to learn how you can earn an associate of arts with coursework in American Sign Language.
To earn an associate degree, complete the 42 credit hour General Education Core, and 18 credit hours of general studies electives and the Associate of Arts (AA) or Associate of Science (AS) degree requirements. Check with your transfer institution before registering for general studies electives to make sure your courses will be degree applicable to your bachelor degree at the transfer institution.
Related Electives - Check with your transfer institution for degree applicability
prior to selecting individual electives.
|SGNL||1401||Beginning American Sign Language I|
|SGNL||1402||Beginning American Sign Language II|
|SGNL||2301||Intermediate American Sign Language I|
|SGNL||2302||Intermediate American Sign Language II|
|SLNG||1211||Fingerspelling and Numbers 1|
|EDUC||1301||Introduction to the Teaching Profession 2|
|EDUC||2301||Introduction to Special Populations 2|
1. Recommended for students pursuing degrees in Deaf Studies.
2. Recommended for students pursuing degrees in Deaf Education.