American Sign Language (ASL) is a valuable and fun language to learn. Over 20 million Americans are deaf or have hearing impairments, yet few people in our communities know enough ASL to be able to communicate with them. ASL also leads to advantageous and socially minded careers, like teaching, interpreting, and working in the health-care sectors or government agencies. There is currently a high demand for ASL speakers to work in these fields, and a minor in ASL will set you on the right career path and allow you to contribute to society in many ways. As well as becoming teachers or interpreters, our graduates have gone on to use ASL in a myriad other careers. Small, focused classes, with a dedicated and passionate professor are your way forward!
American Sign Language is Central!
Everything you need to know about the American Sign Language (ASL) Minor at Central Washington University!
For students with sufficient preparation, the 200-level sequence may be challenged. A C+ is required for any ASL class to count towards the minor.
World Languages is delighted to tell you that our students were recognized at last night's CAHAwards Granted World Languages Students
World Languages is proud to announce that three students have been granted recognition recently.&nbsVeronica Wu Wins First Prize In Chinese Competition
Professor Yuanxia Liu's second year student, Veronica Wu (left in photo), won First Prize in the&nbs