ASL Minor Logan Campus
Learning another language is a great asset to any career and American Sign Language (ASL) is no exception. The coursework to earn the ASL minor is rigorous and covers much more than typical ASL classes. Aspects of Deaf culture, Deaf history, ASL history, linguistics, ASL folklore and literature, and pragmatics are covered in the ASL courses through a total immersion approach. Labs are required in all ASL classes, providing students with ample opportunities to practice conversational skills with native and fluent users of ASL.
ASL Teaching Minor
American Sign Language (ASL) is a popular course offering in high schools across the country. In order to meet the need for teachers in this field, Utah State University offers an ASL Teaching Minor. Upon completion of the minor, along with an approved teaching major, students are eligible for teacher licensure in American Sign Language.