American Sign Language IV


Course description

A continuation of ASL 200A. Develops vocabulary and appropriate signing registers as well as skills for role-shifting and point of view when narrating in sign language, including the use of three-dimensional space and placement. Builds knowledge and understanding of Deaf culture.

Prerequisite: ASL 200A

How to register

Registration is limited to UVic undergraduate students. Students should register themselves via UVic's Online Tools.

Students who have successfully completed a college or university course in ASL and/or are fluent ASL signers may apply to the department for consideration of advanced placement to a higher language level.

Additional course details

Undergraduate course offered by the Department of Linguistics in the Faculty of Humanities.

Please contact the ASL Program Coordinator in the Department of Linguistics for any inquiries regarding this course.