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American Sign Language

College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

Director Rebecca C. Clark
Location 111 PH (Phillips Hall)
Phone 319-335-2923
Email asl-program@uiowa.edu
Registration Email asl-program@uiowa.edu
Website https://asl.uiowa.edu/
General Catalog https://catalog.registrar.uiowa.edu/liberal-arts-sciences/american-sign-language/
4 courses found, displaying all courses.
Course # Title Hours Notes Enrollments
ASL:1002:0001 Course Title is
American Sign Language II
Prerequisites: ASL:1001 more
Start and end times: 9:30A - 10:45A TTh 218 PH
Arranged Time Online Self-Instruction
Instructors: Sandra Anderson (Primary Instructor)
4 s.h.
Delivery Mode:
Registration Information:
Contact the ASL Program at asl-program@uiowa.edu for special permission to enroll if you took ASL I at another institution or have the equivalent skills in the language. You will be given an expressive and receptive placement exam before being granted permission to enroll. Failure to do so will result in you being administratively dropped from the course. Students will meet face-to-face on Tuesdays and Thursdays. The days students do not meet face to face they will engage in asynchronous activities (e.g. watching filmed lectures) and some synchronous activities (e.g. partner dialogues, exams).   Students should join the waitlist if they are interested in joining the course. Unclaimed reserved seats will be released after Early Registration. 
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20 of 20 enrolled
ASL:1002:0002 Course Title is
American Sign Language II
Prerequisites: ASL:1001 more
Start and end times: 11:00A - 12:15P TTh 218 PH
Arranged Time Online Self-Instruction
Instructors: Sandra Anderson (Primary Instructor)
4 s.h.
Delivery Mode:
Registration Information:
Contact the ASL Program at asl-program@uiowa.edu for special permission to enroll if you took ASL I at another institution or have the equivalent skills in the language. You will be given an expressive and receptive placement exam before being granted permission to enroll. Failure to do so will result in you being administratively dropped from the course. Students will meet face-to-face on Tuesdays and Thursdays. The days students do not meet face to face they will engage in asynchronous activities (e.g. watching filmed lectures) and some synchronous activities (e.g. partner dialogues, exams).   Students should join the waitlist if they are interested in joining the course. Unclaimed reserved seats will be released after Early Registration. 
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Waitlist
20 of 20 enrolled
ASL:1002:0003 Course Title is
American Sign Language II
Prerequisites: ASL:1001
Start and end times: 12:30P - 1:45P TTh 218 PH
Arranged Time Online Self-Instruction
Instructors: Kraig Klingenberg (Primary Instructor)
4 s.h.
Delivery Mode:
Registration Information:
Contact the ASL Program at asl-program@uiowa.edu for special permission to enroll if you took ASL I at another institution or have the equivalent skills in the language. You will be given an expressive and receptive placement exam before being granted permission to enroll. Failure to do so will result in you being administratively dropped from the course. Students will meet face-to-face on Tuesdays and Thursdays. The days students do not meet face to face they will engage in asynchronous activities (e.g. watching filmed lectures) and some synchronous activities (e.g. partner dialogues, exams).   Students should join the waitlist if they are interested in joining the course. Unclaimed reserved seats will be released after Early Registration. 
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20 of 20 enrolled
ASL:1002:0004 Course Title is
American Sign Language II
Prerequisites: ASL:1001
Start and end times: 2:00P - 3:15P TTh 218 PH
Arranged Time Online Self-Instruction
Instructors: Kraig Klingenberg (Primary Instructor)
4 s.h.
Delivery Mode:
Registration Information:
Contact the ASL Program at asl-program@uiowa.edu for special permission to enroll if you took ASL I at another institution or have the equivalent skills in the language. You will be given an expressive and receptive placement exam before being granted permission to enroll. Failure to do so will result in you being administratively dropped from the course. Students will meet face-to-face on Tuesdays and Thursdays. The days students do not meet face to face they will engage in asynchronous activities (e.g. watching filmed lectures) and some synchronous activities (e.g. partner dialogues, exams).   Students should join the waitlist if they are interested in joining the course. Unclaimed reserved seats will be released after Early Registration. 
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4 courses found, displaying all courses.