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Saint Francis University's American Sign Language (ASL) immersion experience gives students the opportunity to increase their ASL skills while implementing their Franciscan values. This is a once-in-a-lifetime experience which students will only find at SFU. The immersions vary from time to time, but they always include the students turning off their voices so they can increase their ASL skills.
Students earn 3 credits in ASL 401:Immersion Experience. Pre-requisites for ASL 401 are: ASL 112: Beginning ASL I & II, ASL 201: Intermediate ASL I, ASL 202: Intermediate ASL II, *ASL 250: Advanced Fingerspelling and Numbers (*or permission from the instructor). A minimum of B- average in ASL 250 and ASL 201 is required to declare a minor in ASL. Pre-and post-trip assignments will be given. Find out more about our ASL Minor at SFU.
For more information about the ASL immersion or other SFU study abroad programs, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
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