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Minor in American Sign Language

Columbia College offers five levels of ASL, from introductory finger spelling to participation in more complex conversations. Add a minor in American Sign Language to your degree.

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ASL course materials are available 24/7, making your education flexible. Earn a degree with an ASL minor on your time and schedule.

Earn a Minor in ASL

Earn a minor in American Sign Language by taking 18 credit hours, or six classes. Study basic vocabulary, finger spelling and more advanced interactions.

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A minor in American Sign Language gives you an edge in the workforce by allowing you to have complex conversations with those who are deaf or hard of hearing.

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