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Medical Signing
Category: ASL Curriculum


"Dr. Bill" holds a doctorate in Deaf Education -- not in medicine. The information presented here is for language development purposes only and is not medical advice.


Description: Advanced study of ASL grammar and vocabulary. Further development and refinements of ASL skills and fluency. Intensive work on receptive skills. 

Prerequisites: ASLV 4 or permission from the instructor.

This course is comparable to the following courses and credit:

  • College programs: First semester, lower division, 4 semester-credit hours or 6 quarter-credit hours
  • Public School K-12: Third year - first semester
  • Continuing Education Programs: 6 CEUs, Course Contact Hours: 45 to 60
Start Date:  Sunday, 31 January 2016
Enrollment duration: Unlimited
Topics: 15

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