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Course Overview

This course introduces students to different types of specialized discourses in American Sign Language. Emphasis is on comprehension, production and presentation skills. Students will be introduced to more complex grammatical features through presentational, narrative and dialogue practice. To pass this course, students are required to maintain a B- or higher in all developmental ASL courses.

Grade of B- or above in ASL 100, or qualifying performance on the ASL Self-assessment or on the ASL Screening Interview

Program: American Sign Language

Credit: 3

Other Courses

ASL-422

Application to ASL…

This course introduces ASL majors to the application…

American Sign Language

Credits 3

ASL-480

Introduction to ASL…

The course is designed to give students the…

American Sign Language

Credits 3

ASL-490

ASL Internship

This course is intended as a cumulative application…

American Sign Language

Credits 1-6

ASL-494

Senior Seminar

This capstone course is required for those students…

American Sign Language

Credits 3

ASL-495

Special Topics

Special topics in the discipline, designed primarily for…

American Sign Language

Credits 1-5

ASL-499

Independent Study

A project in the area of the student's…

American Sign Language

Credits 1-3