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American Sign Language Courses

MLSL 101 Elementary American Sign Language I

Beginning course in American Sign Language (ASL) providing expressive and receptive exposure to and practice in ASL. Special focus on cultural values and beliefs of the Deaf community. With 102, meets the language requirement for the BA. Offered fall. 4 credits.

MLSL 102 Elementary American Sign Language II

Continuation of 101 providing expressive and receptive exposure and practice in ASL. Special focus on cultural values and beliefs of the Deaf community. With 101, meets the language requirement for the BA. Prerequisite: 101 or consent of instructor. Offered spring. 4 credits.

MLSL 201 Intermediate American Sign Language I

Intermediate course in American Sign Language (ASL). Continuation of work in MLSL 102 providing further expressive and receptive exposure and practice in ASL. Continued study of cultural values and beliefs of the Deaf Community. Prerequisite: 102 or consent of instructor. Offered fall of odd-numbered years. 4 credits.

MLSL 202 Intermediate Sign Language II

Greater development of ASL receptive and expressive modes through story telling and dialog creation. Increased awareness and understanding of Deaf Culture, its values and beliefs. Prerequisite: 201 or consent of instructor. Offered spring of even-numbered years. 4 credits.