Associate in Arts in American Sign Language

The associate of arts degree is designed to prepare students with use of American Sign Language for professional positions in areas of Deaf Education (instructional aides, dorm counselors, etc.), research, human services (vocational rehabilitation), or community services (interpreting). Graduates will gain extensive knowledge of Deaf culture as well as broad understanding of the scope and types of support services, which should be available to deaf persons.  It is recommended that sign language students select their courses and program plan in consultation with an American Sign Language and Interpreter Preparation advisor or with World Languages Department advisors. Student must work closely with their transfer institutions and their SFCC advisors to ensure the best transition to four-year schools.

Class Requirements

List of required courses

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