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The degree involves an integrated programme of study which is designed to equip students with a broad spectrum of knowledge, skills and competencies related to the Deaf community, its history and culture, and for those following specific paths, the profession of ISL/English interpreting or ISL teaching.
A four-year full-time honors degree course. No prior knowledge of ISL is required. The course provides a comprehensive introduction to the Deaf community and ISL for those wishing to work in or with the Deaf community.
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This four-year full-time degree course gives you an in-depth understanding of the Irish Deaf community and of the experience of Deaf people internationally, historically and in contemporary society. ISL is studied across the programme, while in years one and two, themes such as Deaf education, the representation of Deaf people in the media, the legal and political standing of signed languages and access to critical public health services are explored. Understanding of the structure of ISL, the sociolinguistic context and the path to acquisition of a signed language for Deaf children are also explored in years one and two.
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