Department of American Sign Language and Deaf Studies Department
Web: Department of ASL & Deaf Studies
College of Arts and Sciences
Dr. H-Dirksen Bauman, Chair
Sorenson Language and Communication Center, Room 1214
The Department of American Sign Language and Deaf Studies offers an M.A. degree that provides an interdisciplinary approach to the field of Deaf Studies. Students engage Deaf Studies through a critical exchange with related fields, including cultural studies, anthropology, history, literature, critical theory, linguistics, philosophy, critical pedagogy, and visual media production. Students complete the core curriculum in their first year of coursework, then select a specific area of concentration for their second year. These include Concentration in Cultural Studies and Concentration in Language and Human Rights.
Graduate Programs and Certificate offered: