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American Sign Language

American Sign Language



Study ASL and earn transferrable college credit.

 



ASL Courses

SGNL 1301 - Beginning American Sign Language I

SGNL 1302 - Beginning American Sign Language II

SGNL 2301 - Intermediate American Sign Language I

SGNL 2302 - Intermediate American Sign Language II

Check eConnect or the online course schedules  for current availability.

​Why Study ASL?

•  Knowing ASL will allow you to communicate with the many deaf or hearing-impaired ASL users in your community.

•  Knowing ASL may also provide you with enhanced career opportunities.

 

In order to be eligible for a bachelor's degree at a Texas public college or university, you must first complete a Core Curriculum of courses.

When completed at Brookhaven College, the Core Curriculum is guaranteed to transfer as a block to any public university in the state of Texas.

You may take either SGNL 1301 or SGNL 1302 to satisfy the "Tier 1: Speaking and Listening" requirement of the Core Curriculum.


Concurrent (noncredit) enrollment

If you want to take academically-rigorous courses in ASL but do not need college credit for them,  then you might consider taking our credit ASL courses “concurrently,” i.e. for non-credit.   

If you are interested, please contact Workforce and Continuing Education.

Cris Nunn 
Susan Pochop
sPochop@dcccd.edu


Steve Kuykendall

sKuykendall@dcccd.edu 

World Languages Division Office
Bldg. L, Room L408
972-860-4770  |  bhcWorldLanguages@dcccd.edu
Bev Garrison
department assistant
972-860-4770  |  bGarrison@dcccd.edu

M. Rosario Prado
administrative assistant to the dean 972-860-4662  |  mPrado@dcccd.edu

Chair of foreign languages and ASL
Brian McClung
972-860-4263  |  bMcClung@dcccd.edu