Teachers College, Columbia University
Teaching of American Sign Language as a Foreign Language
Masters of Arts Program

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TEACHERS COLLEGE, COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY
Teaching of American Sign Language as a Foreign Language
Master of Arts Program

* Students will be provided with opportunities for scholarly study,
research, and teaching practica experiences in linguistics and applied
linguistics; anthropology and sociolinguistics; social and cognitive
psychology; second language acquisition, instructional design, curriculum
development, and assessment; and research methodology, as they pertain to
the language, community, and culture of persons who are Deaf and hard of
hearing.

* Master of Arts degree and New York State Teacher Certification in the
Teaching of American Sign Language as a Foreign Language granted upon
successful completion of the program. Certification reciprocity agreement
with 40 other states are at hand.

* Housing and tuition financial assistance available.

* For more information, please contact:
 R.S. (Rusty) Rosen, Ph.D.
 Co-Coordinator, Master of Arts Program
 The Teaching of American Sign Language as a Foreign Language
 Department of Health and Behavior Studies, Box 223
 Teachers College, Columbia University
 New York, New York  10027
 (TTY) 212-678-3813
 (email) mailto:rsr14@columbia.edu

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