The ITP Sign Language courses (ASL I-IV), also known as SL 111, 112, 113, 114, 115, are transferrable to many colleges and universities for foreign language credit, including the California State University Northridge (CSUN) Deaf Studies program. Deaf Culture is also transferrable for general education credit. Check with an academic counselor for further details on how many units will transfer to the specific institution you will attend and will apply to the specific degree you are seeking.
In took two years for McKay to find his footing as head coach, as he produced two sub-.500 teams to start his head coaching career, but then he took off into the stratosphere. By 1962, USC had still not been crowned national champion by the AP poll since the start of the rankings in 1936. McKay changed that, piloting a Trojans squad that began unranked and climbed toward the top all season, ultimately finishing 11-0 with a 42-37 win over No. 2 Wisconsin in a classic Rose Bowl in which the Trojans held off a huge fourth-quarter rally by the Badgers. McKay subsequently coached four seven-win teams, then vaulted back to the top with a three-year stretch from 1967-69 in which the Trojans went 29-2-2 and claimed the 1967 national championship. McKay added two more titles to his trophy case (1972, '74) and developed a reputation for his devastating I-formation offense, featuring the unstoppable Student Body Right and Left plays that made USC into Tailback U. Under McKay, both . Simpson and Mike Garrett won the Heisman, while tailbacks Ricky Bell and Anthony Davis came close. Famous for his sharp sense of humor , McKay was hired to be the first coach of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, coaching nine seasons that started off disastrous but ended up featuring three playoff bids. He'll always be known first for what he accomplished at USC, though, with four national championships, nine top-10 teams and a 5-3 record in the Rose Bowl.