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ASL | American Sign Language

College of Arts and Sciences | Department of World Languages

Lower Division


ASL 101 AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE I (4-1-4)(F,SU)(DLL). Develops beginning abilities in receptive and expressive skills. Offers basic study of grammatical structures and vocabulary in a communicative context. Emphasis placed on the history of sign language and deaf culture. Course conducted primarily in ASL. Students who successfully complete this course may not receive credit for ASL 111 or ASL 112.

ASL 102 AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE II (4-1-4)(S)(DLL). Continues developing beginning abilities in receptive and expressive skills. Further study of grammatical structures, vocabulary and culture. Course conducted primarily in ASL. PREREQ: ASL 101 or ASL 112 or PERM/INST.

ASL 111 AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE ONLINE 101A (2-1-2)(F/S)(DLL). Develops beginning abilities in all receptive and expressive skills. Offers basic study of grammatical structures and vocabulary in a communicative context. Emphasis placed on the history of sign language and deaf culture. Course conducted primarily in ASL. First half of ASL 101. Students who successfully complete this course may not receive credit for ASL 101 and must successfully complete ASL 112 with a grade of C- or higher to receive DLL credit for ASL 111.

ASL 112 AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE ONLINE 101B (2-1-2)(F/S)(DLL). Continuation of ASL 111. Second half of ASL 101. Students who successfully complete this course may not receive credit for ASL 101 and must successfully complete ASL 111 with a grade of C- or higher to receive DLL credit for ASL 112. PREREQ: ASL 111.

ASL 201 AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE III (4-1-4)(F)(DLL). Continues developing intermediate abilities in receptive and expressive skills. Further study of grammatical structures, vocabulary and culture. Course conducted in ASL. PREREQ: ASL 102 or PERM/INST.

ASL 202 AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE IV (4-1-4)(S)(DLL). Continues developing intermediate abilities in receptive and expressive skills. Further study of grammatical structures, vocabulary and culture. Course conducted in ASL. PREREQ: ASL 201 or PERM/INST.

Upper Division


ASL 301 AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE V (4-1-4)(F). Continues developing advanced abilities in receptive and expressive skills. In-depth study of grammatical structures, vocabulary and culture. Course conducted in ASL. PREREQ: ASL 202 or PERM/INST.

ASL 302 AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE VI (4-1-4)(S). Continues developing advanced abilities in receptive and expressive skills. In-depth study of grammatical structures, vocabulary and culture. Course conducted in ASL. PREREQ: ASL 301 or PERM/INST.