ASL 202 : Intermediate American Sign Language II

This course is a continuation of ASL 201. This course further develops and refines the receptive and expressive American Sign Language skill, visual-spatial orientation, vocabulary, figurative language, and complex syntax acquired in ASL 101, ASL 102, and ASL 201. The course stresses expressive skills. Students are expected to attend community events and/or perform community service in an American Sign Language environment to further develop receptive and expressive competence. Three class hours and one lab hour per week. Competency met: Humanities (6.0) Spring


ASL 201 with a grade of C or better.




Instructional support fee applies.

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