American Sign Language (AM)
AM 145 - American Sign Language I Units: 3-4
This course is designed to introduce American Sign Language, a visual-expressive language used by the Deaf community in the United States, and to focus on the development of basic conversational skills, emphasizing receptive and expressive abilities.
Term Offered: Summer and Fall
AM 146 - American Sign Language II Units: 4
This course continues to stress the development of basic conversational skills with emphasis on expanding vocabulary and expressive skills.
Enrollment Requirements: Prerequisite: AM 145.
Term Offered: Spring and Summer
AM 147 - American Sign Language III Units: 3
This course promotes the shifting from comprehension to production of American Sign Language (ASL) with the main emphasis of bringing fluency to a point of self-generated ASL.
Enrollment Requirements: Prerequisite: AM 146.
Term Offered: Fall
AM 148 - American Sign Language IV Units: 3
This course encourages the student to expand command of disclosure in American Sign Language on various everyday topics (leading to fluency).
Enrollment Requirements: Prerequisite: AM 147.
Term Offered: Spring