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American Sign Language (ASL) Classes on Campus and in the Madison Area

Department of Communication Sciences & Disorders

Web https://csd.wisc.edu/
Phone 608-262-3951
Fax 608-262-6466 

CS&D 424 Sign Language I (Offered Fall, Summer)
CS&D 434 Sign Language II (Offered Spring)


Department of Rehabilitation Psychology & Special Education

Web http://rpse.education.wisc.edu/
Email rpseinfo@education.wisc.edu
Phone (608) 263-5970
Fax (608) 263-5970

ASL I and II are offered (during the summer session only) as credit courses by the Department of Rehabilitation Psychology and Special Education.


ASL may be accepted to meet the foreign language requirement for admission, if it is taken through the student's school and is reflected on an official transcript. With prior approval from an academic advisor, students may be approved to take ASL courses elsewhere and transfer credits. 

Madison Area Technical College offers beginning, intermediate and advanced American Sign Language non-credit courses.

Madison Area Technical College, Downtown and Truax Campuses
3550 Anderson Street
Madison, WI 53704
contact: Truax Campus Information at 608-246-6100 (voice)

UW-Milwaukee is another great option for students who are interested in ASL. They have a comprehensive year-round ASL Studies program with courses from level one to level six. Students can receive credits for every ASL course offered at UWM. < http://uwm.edu/education/academics/american-sign-language/ >




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Owner:Geoff M.Group:Campus and Visitor Relations
Created:2009-05-27 19:00 CDTUpdated:2017-07-28 13:34 CDT
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