American Sign Language

Explore the UConn American Sign Language website for departmental information. Course descriptions below correspond to the UConn undergraduate course catalog.

ASLN 1102: Elementary American Sign Language II

Four credits ($200). Offered Full-year only.

Continued development of basic knowledge and understanding of conversational ASL.

Eligibility Guidelines: At least one year of high school ASL, or instructor’s consent, is required.

Instructor Certification Requirements:

The minimum degree requirement for instructors wishing to teach UConn Early College Experience ASL Courses can be met through the following options. Preferred applicants will have a master’s degree in ASL education or relevant graduate coursework in a closely related field.

Option 1: A master’s degree in ASL Education; or

Option 2: A related BA/BS degree and hold a CT teaching certification endorsed for either #057 and #024; or

Option: 3: A master's degree in education with a sufficiently strong ASL background as demonstrated by a passing score of 3+ or higher on the American Sign Language Proficiency Interview (ASLPI).

Instructor Resources:

ASLN 1102 Sample Syllabus.pdf