World Languages

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ASL 101 – American Sign Language I

Introduction to American Sign Language (ASL). Development of expressive and receptive skills including vocabulary, grammar, usage, and cultural information. Note: Distinct from “Signed English”. ASL is a natural language with its own rules of grammar and usage.
Meets U.S. Diversity Requirement

ASL 102 – American Sign Language II

Introduction to American Sign Language (ASL) II continues development of expressive and receptive skills introduced in American Sign Language I, including vocabulary, grammar, usage, and cultural information. Distinct from “Signed English”. ASL is a natural language with its own rules of grammar and usage.
Meets U.S. Diversity Requirement

SPAN 101 – Elementary Spanish I

A communicative approach to grammar and vocabulary within the context of Hispanic culture.

SPAN 102 – Elementary Spanish II

Continuation of Spanish 101. A communicative approach to grammar and vocabulary within the context of Hispanic culture.

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