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Studying American Sign Language at Weber State

Weber State’s American Sign Language associate’s degree program prepares students with the skills they need to further their ASL education.

American Sign Language Highlights

As a Weber State ASL student, you will learn about the beauty and complexity of American Sign Language, in addition to learning about deaf people, their culture, history and perspectives, preparing you for bilingual roles in any industry or community.

Samantha Perry

Class of 2023

“The ASL program helped me develop the skills needed to communicate with the Deaf community, which I love. It helped me continue my learning in a language and culture I am passionate about, as well as see things from a different perspective.”

What You’ll LEARN at Weber

In Weber State’s ASL program, you’ll develop your skills in signing and learn to describe things around you as well as carry on conversations and translate. By the end of the program, you will have learned to communicate with American Sign Language at an intermediate-low level.

What You CAN DO After Weber

After you complete your associate’s degree in ASL, you will be prepared to pursue upper-division classes or a bachelor’s degree in ASL. If you have questions, contact a WSU Career Advisor