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ASL for adult learners

Graduate Non-Degree Seeking Courses

We offer a variety of graduate level courses for those students wishing to increase their skills and knowledge in the field of Education. These courses are offered outside of a degree or endorsement program for students to take “a la carte”. Please see the full list of available courses below.

Courses Available

Courses Available
EDD
509
Foundations of Education of the D/HH: History, Trends, and Culture
EDD
525
Linguistics of ASL
EDD
544
ASL Literature
EDD
548
ASL in the Classroom Setting
EDD
565
Methods of Teaching ASL
SLS
501
ASL V: Proficiency in American Sign Language
ESE
502
Instructional Strategies for Teaching Students with Profound Disabilities
ESE
547
Developmental Assessment of Students with Severe and Profound Disabilities
ESE
550
Collaboration for Low Incidence Populations
ESE
555
Practicum in Working with Students with Severe and Profound Disabilities
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Application Requirements

  1. Graduate Application
  2. Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited institution. Applicants must submit an official transcript from every institution they have attended
  3. Evidence of Access to a working environment with students who are learning ASL for students wishing to take EDD 565 and/or to a working environment with children with severe or profound disabilities is required for students wishing to take ESE 555
  4. For students wishing to take ASL courses, Demonstration of American Sign Language Proficiency is required
  5. A Personal Statement of 500 words to be submitted with the application
  6. A current resume

Applications are accepted throughout the year, however, please plan to apply at least one month prior to the start of your desired course.