At School Education Opportunities

We have collected here a short list of area college level programs that teach or offer degrees in american sign language. This list will grow and change over time but we have a personal connection with a person or persons at most of these programs.

American Sign Language at Gardner-Webb University

The Bachelor of Arts in American Sign Language trains for a career in communicating with the deaf and hard of hearing, providing you with the necessary training to become proficient in the language.

Click Here to go to the GWU ASL program (takes you to another website)

American Sign Language and Interpreting at Liberty University

The field of interpreting is currently experiencing a great deal of growth, and skilled professional interpreters are in demand.  This program purposes to equip students with the knowledge and skill set to bridge communication and cultural gaps as effective professional Sign Language interpreters.

Click Here to go the LU ASL program (takes you to another website)

American Sign Language Foundational Courses at Central Piedmont Community College (CPCC)

ASL foundational courses meant to prepare students seeking certification as professional interpreters and deaf advocacy.

Click Here to go to the CPCC Foundational Courses (takes you to another website)

American Sign Language Classes at Gallaudet University

Gallaudet University’s ASL Program is dedicated to providing an exemplary array of comprehensive and interactive curricula for individuals interested in learning American Sign Language (ASL) as a second language or foreign language. Using direct instruction and immersion in ASL, augmented by written English and visual learning supports, the program’s instructors engage learners in acquiring and developing increasing levels of proficiency in expressive and receptive use of the language. They also guide student’s exploration of the development of the language, its complexities and relevance in American Deaf communities.

Click Here to go to the GU ASL Program site (takes you to another website)

American Sign Language at University of North Carolina at Greensboro

Click Here to go to the UNCG ASL Program (takes you to another website)