American Sign Language I
- Credit Hours: 4
This course is a study of visual readiness and basic vocabulary, grammar features, and non-manual behaviors, all focusing on receptive language skill developments.
The American Sign Language (ASL) certificate is designed to prepare students for careers in the growing field of ASL communication and interpretation. The program also provides valuable language skills for a wide array of career areas including education, business, legal, heath care and human services/social work. Please note that this is not to be confused with certification. However, completion of the certificate program may enable students to transfer to an interpreting program in preparation for certification.
|ASL-101||American Sign Language I||4|
|ASL-102||American Sign Language II||4|
|ASL-110||Careers in American Sign Language||2|
|ASL-201||American Sign Language III||3|
|ASL-202||American Sign Language IV||3|
|ITP-106||Linguistics of American Sign Language||3|
|ITP-201||Deaf History and Culture||3|
|Total Credit Hours||22|
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