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2022-2023 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Deaf Studies Major, BS in Education – ASL Education Concentration (Art Education Undergraduate Internship Specialization)


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Progression Requirements

Progression to the ASL Education concentration with specialization in art education requires a 2.75 cumulative GPA after a minimum of 15 semester hours of coursework and completion of ASL 211 *. Once candidates formally progress to the specialization, they must maintain a cumulative GPA of 2.75 while in the program. Students must earn a grade of B or better in ASL 211 *, ASL 212 *, ASL 311 *, and EDDE 310 , and a C or better in all teacher education courses. Students with less than a 2.75 GPA for two consecutive semesters will be dropped from the program. Students who fail to meet the standards for professional conduct during the course of their fieldwork will not be retained in the major.

Coursework will allow students to obtain an ASL education license (Pre K-12) and an art license (K-12) at the conclusion of the program.

uTrack Requirements

Universal Tracking (uTrack) is an academic monitoring system designed to help students stay on track for timely graduation. In order to remain on track, students must complete the minimum requirements for each tracking semester, known as milestones. Milestones include successful completion of specified courses and/or attainment of a minimum GPA. uTrack requirements only affect full-time, degree-seeking students.

Requirements for Bachelor of Science in Education - Deaf Studies Major - ASL Education Concentration (Art Education Undergraduate Internship Specialization)


Term 1 Hours Milestone Notes
ASL 211 * 3 2.5 GPA
ENGL 101 * or ENGL 118  3 ASL 211 * with B or better
CMST 210 * or CMST 240 * or PHIL 244 * 3  
Quantitative Reasoning  (MATH or STAT) Elective* 3  
Natural Sciences  Elective w/Lab* 4  
Term 21
ARTH 172 * 3 2.75 GPA
ASL 212 * 3 ASL 212 * with B or better 
ENGL 102  3  
EDPY 210 * or CFS 210 * 3  
Quantitative Reasoning  (MATH or STAT) Elective* 3  
Term 3
ASL 311 * 3 2.75 GPA
Natural Sciences  Elective* 3 ASL 311 * with B or better 
ETEC 386   3 ENGL 101 * or ENGL 118 
EDPY 301   3  
2Studio Art Course 3  
3Unrestricted Elective 1  
Term 4
ASL 435 * 3 2.75 GPA
EDDE 425 * 3 Quantitative Reasoning  Elective*
SPED 303   3  
2Studio Art Course 3  
ARED 350N   1  
ARTH 173 * 3  
Term 5
ASL 310   3 2.75 GPA
2Studio Art Course 6 Arts and Humanities  Elective*
REED 461   3  
EDDE 415   3  
Term 6
ASL 445   3 2.75 GPA
LING 471  or EDDE 416 * or Engaged Inquiries  Elective* 3  
CSE 300 * 3  
ARED 401   3  
ASL 410   3  
Term 7
4TPTE 475   4 2.75 GPA
ARED 440   3 ETEC 386  
TPTE 496   3 SPED 303  
ASL 455   3 EDPY 301  
Term 8
ASL 422 * 3 2.75 GPA
TPTE 475   8  
ASL 421 * 3  
TOTAL 120  
1 Students should interview after the completion of 45 hours and completion of ASL 211 *.
2 Students should take at least 12 credits of studio art at the 200-level or above. Of these courses, students should take at least one drawing course, one painting course, and one ceramics course. The remaining course must represent one of the following areas: printmaking, sculpture, media arts, or art and design/graphic arts. We recommend students sign up for the non-major sections of Drawing I, Painting I, Beginning Pottery, and Relief Printmaking or Beginning Sculpture.
3 Select any course not already required for the major. See advisor for recommended electives.
4 Students must obtain an advanced level or above on the Sign Language Proficiency Interview to advance to the internship and to take TPTE 475 .

* Meets Volunteer Core Requirements .

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