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Academic Programs

American Sign Language (ASL) is the third most studied foreign/modern language in the United States. The Department of ASL & Interpreting Studies at UNC offers various courses to fit your interests and career goals, both on-campus and online. The courses will develop your conversational fluency in ASL and increase your knowledge of Deaf Culture.

Bachelor of Arts in American Sign Language-English Interpretation (ASLEI)

If you want to become an interpreter or to build on your two-year interpreting program and/or your professional credentials, the ASLEI program will prepare you to meet your goal.

Teaching American Sign Language M.A.

UNC's Extended Campus offers two 18-month, online graduate programs in Teaching American Sign Language (TASL).

Minor in American Sign Language

The minor enhances your fluency in ASL and deepen your knowledge of Deaf Culture.

ASL Courses

You can learn American Sign Language to meet your personal and career goals. ASL courses will develop your conversational fluency in ASL and increase your knowledge of Deaf Culture.