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American Sign Language


American Sign Language (ASL) is the third most widely used language in America. ASL is a visual-gestural-kinesthetic language used by members of the deaf community in North America and in varying degrees in many other locations. ASL is not based on spoken English. It has its own grammar, idioms, historical contexts and cultural nuances.

Through these courses, you can develop the necessary communication skills to interact with people who are deaf. Upon completion of these two courses, participants will be able to:

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Second Bachelor of Science in Communication Sciences and Disorders


This bachelor’s degree program can serve as a launching pad for a career in Communication Sciences and Disorders and delivers broad general education including courses in communication and language, anatomy and physiology, and health services for children and adults.


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“Our professors are so enthusiastic and care about this field. And they cared about us.” 

Wendy La, Second Bachelor of Science in Communication Sciences and Disorders

Course Listing

Communication Sciences and Disorders Courses

Registration in CSAD2B courses is open to admitted CSAD2B students only.

Learn more about CSAD courses in the university catalog.