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Graduate & Undergraduate Courses
American Sign Language Courses (ASLG)
10100-10200-10300. American Sign Language is the language of the deaf in the United States and much of Canada. It is a full-fledged autonomous language, unrelated to English or other spoken languages. This introductory course teaches the student basic vocabulary and grammatical structure, as well as aspects of deaf culture.
Intermediate American Sign Language I, II, III
10400-10500-10600. PQ: ASLG 10100-10200-10300 or consent of instructor. In this course we continue to increase grammatical structure, receptive and expressive skills, conversational skills, basic linguistic convergence, and knowledge of idioms. Field trip required.
Basque Courses (BASQ)
Diana Palenzuela, Spring