Areas of Study

Course Overview

This course introduces students to different types of specialized, academic discourses in American Sign Language. Students will be given opportunities to analyze and evaluate academic and creative works and to compose logical arguments infused with critical thinking skills and perspectives through synthesizing information from sources.

Grade of B- or above in ASL 102 Advanced American Sign Language course, or qualifying performance on ASL Self-assessment or ASL screening interview.

Program: American Sign Language

Credit: 3

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ASL Literature: Poetry

This course provides an overview of various genres…

American Sign Language

Credits 3


Foundations and Practices…

This course introduces the concept of analysis and…

American Sign Language

Credits 3


ASL Elocution: Applications

This course covers elocution, in other words, registers…

American Sign Language

Credits 3


Discourse Features in…

This course demonstrates the use of space and…

American Sign Language

Credits 3


Special Topics

Special topics in the discipline, designed primarily for…

American Sign Language

Credits 1-5


Language Attitudes and…

This course will provide an overview of the…

American Sign Language

Credits 3