ASL 250 - Topics in Advanced American Sign Language I
Provides students who are working as ASL/English interpreters with in-depth work and study of a particular area of American Sign Language (e.g. classifiers, non-manual markers/signals, use of space, idioms, ASL discourse). The specific topic to be studied may change each time the course is offered.
Prerequisite(s): Certification from the Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf (RID), National Association of the Deaf (NAD) and/or Massachusetts State Screening Certification. (Additional prerequisites or permission of the Deaf Studies Faculty/Coordinator may be specified, depending upon the topic to be studied).
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