American Sign Language (SGNL)

SGNL 1401. Elementary Amer Sign Lang I. 4 Hours.

Students who have had no previous instruction in American Sign Language develop vocabulary acquisition, cultural components, drills, sentence formation, and everyday conversation leading to proficiency. Language laboratory period weekly is required.

SGNL 1402. Elementary Amer Sign Lng II. 4 Hours.

A continuation of SGNL 1401. Students add more speaking and writing toward advancing proficiency. Weekly language laboratory period is required.
Prerequisite: Grade of C or better in SGNL 1401 or equivalent.

SGNL 2311. Intermediate American Sign Language I. 3 Hours.

A continuation of SGNL 1402. Students focus on more advanced skills.
Prerequisite: SGNL 1401 and SGNL 1402 with a grade of C or better.

SGNL 2312. Intermediate American Sign Language II. 3 Hours.

A continuation of SGNL 2311. Students focus on fluent usage of American Sign Language with the purpose of mastering mid-level proficiency skills.
Prerequisite: SGNL 1401, SGNL 1402, and SGNL 2311 with a grade of C or better.

SGNL 3301. Adv. American Sign Language. 3 Hours.

As a continuation of Intermediate ASL II, students develop a high level of fluency in American Sign Language, using both expressive and receptive skills in regular weekly communications with persons in the Deaf Community. Students learn idioms and expansion features and discuss current events in the Deaf Community. Credit. 3
Prerequisite: SGNL 2312.