College of Communication
Communication Sciences & Disorders

American Sign Language (ASL)

The Communication Sciences & Disorders Program offers four semesters of ASL. Students may use these courses to fulfill the College of Communication language requirement. Grammar, practical use, and deaf culture are all incorporated into the courses. Classes are taught in immersion style and students may select a service learning component in ASL 3 and 4. Service activities are available at the Indiana School for the Deaf and other facilities. ASL is considered a useful language for professionals.


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Communication Sciences & Disorders

Jordan Hall, Room 274
4600 Sunset Ave.
Indianapolis, Indiana 46208
(317) 940-5962
Chair: Dr. Mary Gospel
Assistant: Maggie McGlynn