Academics
Areas of Study

Course Overview

This course is designed to continue students’ exposure to the variety of features in ASL by recognizing and considering the ways those features are demonstrated in naturalistic data. Students will compile a collection of data sets, which will allow them to investigate ASL features. Critical analysis of ASL features including ASL depiction, discourse features, and ASL registers reinforces students’ abilities in creating, utilizing, and analyzing ASL materials for the purpose of academic research, pedagogy, and resources.

Prerequisite: ASL 304 or permission of instructor

Program: American Sign Language

Credit: 3

Other Courses

ASL-421

Introduction to ASL…

This course introduces ASL majors to the field…

American Sign Language

Credits 3

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