Academics

Course Overview

This course focuses on further analysis of relevant laws and policies when it comes to sign language rights, particularly for young Deaf children. Topics include legislative process, regulations writing, power of position statements/policy papers, analysis of federal and state laws. The benefits of mobilization and sociopolitics including the use of framing in media will also be discussed.

Matriculation in the Deaf Studies program

Program: Deaf Studies

Credit: 3

Other Courses

DST-499

Independent Study

Intensive supervised study and research on topics of…

Deaf Studies

Credits 1-3

DST-595

Special Topics

Grading system: letter grades only.

Deaf Studies

Credits 3

DST-490

Black Deaf Studies…

An introduction to the oral history research approach…

Deaf Studies

Credits 3

DST-410

Multicultural Deaf Lives…

This course will focus on cultural issues, values,…

Deaf Studies

Credits 3

DST-494

Senior Seminar

This seminar gives students the opportunity to develop…

Deaf Studies

Credits 3

DST-495

Special Topics

Special topics in the discipline, designed primarily for…

Deaf Studies

Credits 1-5