Communication

Overview

Communication

Academic Units Online1 year

American Sign Language

Overview

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

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American Sign Language Courses

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English Language Institute (ELI)

The English Language Institute  (ELI) at California State University, Sacramento offers superior language instruction and exceptional cultural experiences.  With our unique location in California’s capital city, it is easy to see why hundreds of students from around the world choose to study at ELI each year.

Bachelor's Bachelor's DegreeSacramento16 months

Second Bachelor of Science in Communication Sciences and Disorders*

*Note: Name changed in 2016. Program was previously known as the Second Bachelor of Science in Speech Pathology and Audiology.

Overview

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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Communication Sciences and Disorders Courses

Registration in this program is open to admitted students only. Students not seeking the 30 unit minimum will be offered enrollment on a space-available basis.