ASL 200 Intermediate American Sign Language I and II (6 credits)
This course is a sequel to ASL 100. This intermediate-level course builds upon grammatical, linguistic, communicative, and cultural skills that will enable them to communicate in a greater range of situations within an authentic cultural context. Relevant topics to the Deaf community discussed in this course may include: locating objects, discussing money, weather, emergencies, events, future career plans, discussing people, personal experiences, vehicle incidents, and explaining medical situations. Upon successful completion (C+ or better) of ASL 200, students may enroll in ASL 203. Students may not receive credit for both this course and ASL 201 and 202. Prerequisite: American Sign Language majors and ASL 100 or 102, or permission of instructor.