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American Sign Language (ASL) Courses

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.

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 PERM/INST.

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.

American Sign Language Programs