- Associated Press - Wednesday, June 24, 2015

TAHLEQUAH, Okla. (AP) - Northeastern State University’s department of Special Education will begin offering a minor in American Sign Language beginning this fall.

The school announced Tuesday that the minor will be available to all students and will be available in the traditional classroom setting on the Tahlequah-based campus.

The ASL minor will consist of 18 credit hours, broken into six courses.

Assistant professor of Special Education Wendy Pharr says the minor allows for lifelong learning to any student majoring in any particular field of study.

More information can be found at catalog.nsuok.edu.


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