ASL 1101 American Sign Language I (ASL I)
Goal Areas: 08Course Outline 1101 (PDF)
This course teaches the basics for communication with Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing individuals. The course includes receptive and expressive finger-spelling, signing, conversational behaviors, and various aspects of Deaf Culture.
ASL 1102 American Sign Language II (ASL II)
Goal Areas: 08Course Outline 1102 (PDF)
This course is a continuation of ASL 1101. The student's signing and fingerspelling will be increased to improve their signing skills.Prerequisite: ASL 1101
ASL 1300 Deaf Culture
Goal Areas: 07Course Outline 1300 (PDF)
This class provides students with an understanding of the History and Culture of Deaf People. Students will learn about Deaf and Hard of hearing people in the Deaf Community in all areas of the United States and how the culture has progressed since the 1800's.
ASL 1320 Black Deaf Culture and History
Goal Areas: 07Course Outline 1320 (PDF)
This online course provides students with an understanding of the Black History & Culture of Black Deaf people. Students will learn about Black Deaf & Hard of Hearing people in the Black Deaf Community in all areas of the United States and how the culture has progressed since in 1800s.
ASL 1400 Fingerspelling and Numbers
Goal Areas: n/aCourse Outline 1400 (PDF)
Fingerspelling and Numbers course provides students the fundamentals to learn basic letters, words, and numbers in American Sign Language. This course will prepare students to communicate with Deaf and Hard of Hearing people on a basic level. Practice time in class will allow students to easily increase their speed signing.
ASL 1990 Special Topics
Goal Areas: n/aCourse Outline 1990 (PDF)
This course will provide flexibility in offering an in-depth review of topics of immediate importance and topical interest. These topics will go beyond the introductory courses in examining specific aspects of the subject matter.
ASL 2201 Intermediate American Sign Language (ASL III)
Goal Areas: 08Course Outline 2201 (PDF)
This course gives students an opportunity to practice their signing skills while increasing their knowledge of various vocabularies, using appropriate body language and facial expression. The course also will prepare students to read signers and will introduce more complex ASL structures. Prerequisite: ASL 1102
ASL 2202 Intermediate American Sign Language (ASL IV)
Goal Areas: 08Course Outline 2202 (PDF)
This course gives students an opportunity to increase their listening and signing skills in depth. Students will meet Deaf people in a field trip setting to expose them to the Deaf world. Students may do observations with Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing people approximately three times.Prerequisite: ASL 2201