American Sign Language (AMSL) Courses

AMSL 101 American Sign Language I
3 hours. An introduction to American Sign Language (ASL), the language of the deaf culture in the United States and Canada. The course introduces ASL signs and basic ASL grammar and syntax, and develops an understanding and appreciation of the adult deaf culture. Receptive and expressive skills in conversational ASL are taught. Practice outside the classroom required.

AMSL 102 American Sign Language II
3 hours. An introduction to American Sign Language (ASL), the language of the deaf culture in the United States and Canada. The course introduces ASL signs and basic ASL grammar and syntax, and develops an understanding and appreciation of the adult deaf culture. Receptive and expressive skills in conversational ASL are taught. Practice outside the classroom required.
Prerequisite: AMSL 101 American Sign Language I.

AMSL 275 Field Experience
1-10 hours. Supervised experience in a situation demanding extensive use of American Sign Language. Admission and credit hours determined by instructor.

AMSL 475 Field Experience
1-10 hours. Supervised experience in a situation demanding extensive use of American Sign Language. Admission and credit hours determined by instructor.

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