Weekly taught modules for professionals and non-UCL students
Are you interested in deafness cognition and language; deaf culture and deafhood; or sign language linguistics - but not necessarily to enrol in a UCL degree?
Do you want to know more about:
- what the study of deaf people can add to our understanding of cognition and language?
- deaf identity and what it means to be a deaf person in the 21st century?
- how sign languages are structured and used, and to what extent they are the same as / different from spoken languages?
Would you be able to commit 2 hours per week for lectures and up to 6 hours per week of study during term time?
Come and join our weekly taught modules!
When do the modules run?
- Deafness Cognition and Language: Normally taught Thursday afternoons for 10 weeks, October to December
- Introduction to Deafhood: Normally taught Monday afternoons for 10 weeks, January to March
- Linguistics of Sign Languages: Normally taught Friday mornings for 10 weeks, January to March
There will be lectures and group discussions on a variety of issues.
You would be taught alongside UCL students as part of a timetabled module.
Teaching takes place at UCL Chandler House, 2 Wakefield St, Kings Cross, London WC1N.
Cost: Approximately £700 without assessments and £900, with assessments (to be confirmed). This includes (for the term you are enrolled):
- Same access to Chandler House as UCL-enrolled students
- Online digital resources for your module via UCL eXtend
- Access to UCL wifi
- Physical and online access to UCL Library resources
- Assessment (optional) – this would require an additional 70 hours of reading/study/revision.
Course completion: You would receive a formal UCL certificate of attendance (e.g. for Continuing Professional Development purposes), with marks achieved in assessment if you choose to be assessed.
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If there is enough interest, these modules will be offered for CPD credit starting 2019-20 academic year.