American Sign Language
The ASL program includes a full year (eight credits) of language study. Students will have the opportunity to understand deaf culture and its dynamics as well as to articulate their responses to relevant social aspects and values of the deaf culture and the community.
ASL 1101-1102 American Sign Language I & II
Introduces basic signing skills of comprehension and communication. Emphasizes active use in communicative context as well as cultural analysis.
ASL 1103-1104 American Sign Language III & IV
Expands students' ability to communicate through introduction of more complex linguistic structures. Completes beginning level sequence. Prerequisite: Placement test, permission of the instructor or completion of ASL 1102.
The College of St. Scholastica
1200 Kenwood Avenue
Duluth, MN 55811