American Sign Language (ASL)

Courses

ASL 101. American Sign Language I. 4 Units.

Introduction to the language. Fundamentals of signing and language structure designed to develop the ability to use and understand the language.

ASL 102. American Sign Language II. 4 Units.

Prerequisites: ASL 101 or consent of department
Further study in American Sign Language. Fundamentals of signing and language structure to further develop the ability to use and understand the language.

ASL 103. American Sign Language III. 4 Units.

Prerequisites: ASL 102
(GE=C3)
Intermediate study in American Sign Language. Emphasis on proficiency/competence at the intermediate level. Formerly ASL 150.

ASL 201. American Sign Language IV. 4 Units.

Prerequisites: ASL 103 or equivalent
(GE=C3)
Continued study of American Sign Language at the intermediate level.

ASL 202. American Sign Language V. 4 Units.

Prerequisites: ASL 201 or equivalent
(GE=C3)
Continued study of American Sign Language at the intermediate level.

ASL 203. American Sign Language VI. 4 Units.

Prerequisites: ASL 201 or equivalent
(GE=C3)
Continued study of American Sign Language at the intermediate level.

ASL 232. Introduction to ASL Interpreting. 4 Units.

Prerequisites: ASL 103
Overview and practical application of interpretation. Emphasis on the professional code of ethics and professional concerns. Formerly FLAN 232.

ASL 301. Advanced American Sign Language I. 4 Units.

Prerequisites: ASL 203 or equivalent
Study of ASL at an advanced level.

ASL 302. Advanced American Sign Language II. 4 Units.

Prerequisites: ASL 301 or equivalent
Study of ASL at an advanced level.

ASL 350. Deaf Students and Culture. 4 Units.

Analysis and discussion of Deaf culture through study of the cultural, educational, geographic, and economic factors that influenced the historical evolution of the Deaf community in terms of language, culture and the arts. Taught in English.