American Sign Language is the native language of most Deaf Americans and is rapidly becoming one of the most popular languages in the U.S. today!
Sign Language Studies
Sign Language 1A
Introduction to American Sign Language covers beginning sign skills, ASL
Sign Language 1B
Intermediate American Sign Language covers intermediate sign skills, ASL vocabulary, grammar, conversation strategies and deaf culture.
Sign Language 2A & 2B
Advanced American Sign Language will enable students to become fluent in their conversational skills.
Sign Language 3
Conversational Sign Language aims to improve fluency in receptive and expressive signing in everyday situations.
Sign Language 15
Deaf Culture a cultural overview of the American Deaf community and its language. (Sign language is not required to take this class and meets the area D requirement for an AA/AS at SJCC.)
Sign Language 200 Supervised Skills Lab
Required of all sign language students (click to see video tapes in Language Lab and Library)