American Sign Language

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ASL 120 AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE I 4 Units Introduces sign language and manual communication used by hearing-impaired persons in the United States. Provides a basis for communication between hearing and hearing-impaired individuals at a beginning proficiency level. Emphasizes increased awareness of deafness and resources related to the deaf in the United States. (Formerly COMM 150) [D; CSU; UC]
ASL 120 Sections Offered
Cls No. Crs/Sect No. Time Days Room Instructor #Weeks #Seats
87461 ASL 120 76 06:00PM-08:15PM MW 7202 Saunders,Pauline 16 1*
HIGHER ED CENTER, NATIONAL CITY - EVENING
Begins: 9/2/2014 Ends: 12/19/2014
*Open seats as of Wednesday, August 20, 2014 8:07 AM
ASL 130 AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE II 4 Units [Prerequisite: ASL 120 or equivalent.] Provides increased proficiency in sign language and finger spelling, including communication of complex messages, idiomatic expressions, subtleties, and nuances of language. (Formerly COMM 152.) [D; CSU; UC]
ASL 130 Sections Offered
Cls No. Crs/Sect No. Time Days Room Instructor #Weeks #Seats
87464 ASL 130 60 05:00PM-06:50PM TTH 555 Rhodes,Joseph 18 5*
MAIN CAMPUS - EVENING
Begins: 8/18/2014 Ends: 12/19/2014
*Open seats as of Wednesday, August 20, 2014 8:07 AM

Total Courses: 2 Total Sections: 2
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