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Did you know that American Sign Language (ASL) is the third most commonly used language in North America, after English and Spanish? Approximately a million people in the U.S. use ASL as their primary means of communication.
ASL is a distinct visual language of the Deaf community with its own syntax and grammar. You'll learn the basic skills of ASL productive signing and comprehensive signing – the manual alphabet, basic grammar, and numbers – and attain basic conversational ability so that you can start communicating right away! You'll also develop a valuable understanding of culturally appropriate behaviors and explore the rich and dynamic world of Deaf culture, community, and history.
Boost your career! ASL interpreters are in high demand and an ASL background is a significant advantage in fields like education, business, healthcare, speech language pathology, psychology, and social work.
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An ASL interpreter signs for audience members at the National Book Festival on August 31, 2019. (Photo courtesy of Library of Congress)
ASL is not currently a degree program and does not meet the CAS language requirement.
Course schedules are available on UD's Course Search.