The American Sign Language (ASL) Studies sequence of courses has been developed based on the need for professionals and community members to develop conversational proficiency in ASL and understanding of Deaf culture. This program is intended as supplementary education only and does not prepare the learner to work as an interpreter.
Students must earn a grade of "C" or higher in all ASL courses.
Please note: ASL 145, ASL 122 and ASL 147 are only offered in the fall semester; ASL 123, ASL 135 and ASL 150 are only offered in the spring semester.
(Major Code 6800; State CIP Code 16.1603)
|ASL 120||Elementary American Sign Language I||3|
|ASL 145||Introduction to the Deaf Community*||3|
|ENGL 121||Composition I*||3|
|ASL 121||Elementary American Sign Language II*||3|
|ENGL 122||Composition II*||3|
|ASL 122||Intermediate American Sign Language I*||3|
|ASL 147||Fingerspelling I*||2|
|ASL 123||Intermediate American Sign Language II*||3|
|ASL 135||Intro to American Sign Language Linguistics*||3|
|ASL 150||American Sign Language Literature*||3|
Total Program Hours: 35