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Course Overview

This course delves deeper into different types of specialized discourses reflecting different disciplines in American Sign Language. Emphasis is on polishing students’ ability to comprehend and participate in classroom discussion in preparation for undergraduate study. Students will be introduced to more complex grammatical features in different types of presentational situations. 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 101, or qualifying performance on the ASL self-assessment, or on the ASL Screening Interview.

Program: American Sign Language

Credit: 3

Other Courses

ASL-390

Discourse Features in…

This course demonstrates the use of space and…

American Sign Language

Credits 3

ASL-395

Special Topics

Special topics in the discipline, designed primarily for…

American Sign Language

Credits 1-5

ASL-401

Language Attitudes and…

This course will provide an overview of the…

American Sign Language

Credits 3

ASL-402

Sign Language Rights…

This course focuses on understanding the deaf community's…

American Sign Language

Credits 3

ASL-403

Communication in Gestures

This course provides an introduction to communicating with…

American Sign Language

Credits 3

ASL-421

Introduction to ASL…

This course introduces ASL majors to the field…

American Sign Language

Credits 3