American Sign Language I, II, III
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. Taught By: David Reinhart. Autumn, Winter, Spring.
Intermediate American Sign Language I, II, III
ASLG 10400-10500-10600. This course continues to increase grammatical structure, receptive and expressive skills, conversational skills, basic linguistic convergence, and knowledge of idioms. Field trip required. Taught By: David Reinhart. Autumn, Winter, Spring.