American Sign Language (ASL)

ASL 111. FIRST-YEAR AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE. (4 Credits)

A beginning course to learn the basics of American Sign Language. The course focuses on the ASL language and its uses of syntax, grammar, vocabulary, facial expressions and deaf culture.

ASL 112. FIRST-YEAR AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE. (4 Credits)

A continuation of ASL 111 with the development of structures, receptive/expressive skills and vocabulary. Native and/or bilingual speakers of ASL will not receive credit for ASL 111, ASL 112, ASL 113.

Prerequisites: ASL 111 with D- or better

ASL 113. FIRST-YEAR AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE. (4 Credits)

A continuation of ASL 111 and ASL 112 with the further development of structures, receptive/expressive skills and vocabulary. Native and/or bilingual speakers of ASL will not receive credit for ASL 111, ASL 112, ASL 113.

Prerequisites: ASL 112 with D- or better

ASL 211. SECOND-YEAR AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE. (4 Credits)

A continuation of the first-year ASL courses with the further development of structures, receptive/expressive skills and vocabulary. Native and/or bilingual speakers of ASL will not receive credit for ASL 211, ASL 212, ASL 213.

Prerequisites: ASL 113 with D- or better

ASL 212. SECOND-YEAR AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE. (4 Credits)

A continuation of the second-year ASL series with the further development of structures, receptive/expressive skills and vocabulary. Native and/or bilingual speakers of ASL will not receive credit for ASL 211, ASL 212, ASL 213.

Prerequisites: ASL 211 with D- or better

ASL 213. SECOND-YEAR AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE. (4 Credits)

A continuation of the second-year ASL series with the further development of structures, receptive/expressive skills and vocabulary. Native and/or bilingual speakers of ASL will not receive credit for ASL 211, ASL 212, ASL 213.

Prerequisites: ASL 212 with D- or better