ASL 320: Linguistics of American Sign Language

Discipline: American Sign Language

Credit Hours: 3

Prerequisites: ASL-212 and either ASL-220 or ENG-308 with a grade of C or better. Analysis of the symbolic and linguistic structure of American Sign Language and other sign systems. Includes aspects of phonology, morphology, syntax, semantics, grammar, and discourse. Examination of bilingual and bicultural practices, sociolinguistics, and related research. Assessment: written examination. Course will be taught in ASL. (Offered every fall semester.)

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