The Sign Language Studies department was founded in 1975, with a strong socio-linguistic focus on the Deaf community, American Sign Language, and related topics. Our graduates have become interpreters, teachers, founders of nonprofit organizations, researchers, and much more.
The department is located in a new lab/classroom facility, built in 2012. The facility includes 24 private recording booths, specialized software, and a library of digitized learning materials for students.
We offer three bachelor’s degree programs: ASL Education, Deaf Community Studies, and Interpreting.
Contact us here to get in touch with our intake adviser and to receive more information about our programs:
Additional information about our program is also available on the Madonna University website.