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Sign Language

The Department of Special Education at Southern Connecticut State University offers a three course sequence in the area of American Sign Language (ASL), SED 100, SED 105 and SED 205 are the three courses that satisfy the Liberal Education Program (LEP) requirement for World Language if the student demonstrates satisfactory performance.

Applicable across departments including but not limited to Early Childhood, Communication Disorders, Special Education, Education K-12, Nursing, Audiology, Counseling/School Psychology ,Sociology, Social Work, Business Administration, and accepted as foreign language credit for those students with disabilities as documented by the Disability Resource Center, upon completion of these courses students are able to communicate with a cross-section of individuals with language needs in a variety of settings with confidence and fluency.