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ASL 401: American Sign Language Interpreting II

Communication Sciences & Disorders

This course is a continuation of ASL Interpreting I, with an emphasis on advanced techniques and principles for specific interpreting environments. Students will be provided an opportunity to increase ASL expressive and receptive skills and discuss and apply techniques and principles for specific interpreting situations. Students will use live models, videos, online media, and interactions with Deaf community members to improve skills.

4 Credits


Instruction Type(s)

  • Lecture: Lecture for ASL 401
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