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American Sign Language

Learning American Sign Language (ASL) is so much more than memorizing signs. Similar to any language, ASL has its own rules for grammar, syntax and terminology. It’s a very conversational language and, although challenging, it is so rewarding.

Through the ASL program at UWM School of Continuing Education, you will learn to communicate using visual cues. Eyes, facial expressions, and body movements all work together to get a message across. And with more courses to choose from, both beginners and continuing students will find a level that’s perfect for them.

To register or find details on individual courses, select the course title below.

American Sign Language I

6 Tues., Mar. 10-Apr. 21, 2020 (no class 4/7/2020) Cancelled

American Sign Language II

6 weeks, May 12-June 16

American Sign Language IV

6 weeks, May 13-June 17

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