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American Sign Language (ASL)

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1000 Level Courses

1301. [SGNL 1301, 1401, 1501] Beginning Course in American Sign Language I (3). Introduction and development of receptive and expressive language skills in American Sign Language.

1302. [SGNL 1302, 1402, 1502] Beginning Course in American Sign Language II (3). Prerequisite: ASL 1301. Introduction and development of receptive and expressive language skills in American Sign Language.

2000 Level Courses

2301. [SGNL 2301] Second Course in American Sign Language III (3). Prerequisites: ASL 1302. Development of intermediate receptive and expressive skills in American Sign Language.

2302. [SGNL 2302] Second Course in American Sign Language IV (3). Prerequisite: ASL 2301. Development of intermediate receptive and expressive skills in American Sign Language.

3000 Level Courses

3301. Third Course in American Sign Language V (3). Prerequisite: ASL 2302. Development of advanced expressive and receptive ASL skills. English-ASL translation.

3302. Third Course in American Sign Language VI (3). Prerequisite: ASL 3301. Development of advanced expressive and receptive ASL skills. English-ASL translation.

3312. Introduction to Deaf Culture and Linguistics (3). Prerequisite: ASL 2302 (may be taken concurrently with department permission). Overview of deaf culture and history including deaf community values and issues. ASL linguistic structure.

4000 Level Course

4300. Individual Studies in ASL (3). Prerequisite: ASL 2302 or consent of instructor. Independent study in American Sign Language under the guidance of a faculty member. May be repeated for credit up to 9 hours with consent of instructor.

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