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Course Overview

This course builds on the foundation of skills and knowledge learned in ASL 102 – American Sign Language II (ASL II) and emphasis on expansion and refinement of comprehension, production and interactional skills as covered in ASL 102. In addition to expanding their vocabulary, students will learn more complex grammatical features through narratives and dialogue. Passing both ASL 201 and ASL 202 is equivalent to passing ASL 211. (Offering as a dual listed course with the Center of Continuing Studies – PST 303.)

Credits: 3
Distribution: Undergraduate
Prerequisite: Grade of B or above in ASL 102 or Department approval.

Other Courses

Special Topics
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Credits: 1-5

Admissions Requirements

Hearing Undergraduate