ITT Course of Study
Required prerequisite courses for the ITT major. Each course must be completed with a grade of B- or higher.
ASL 2140C Basic American Sign Language
ASL 2150C Intermediate American Sign Language
ASL 4161C Advanced American Sign Language
ASL 4201C American Sign Language – IV
ASL 4301C Structure of American Sign Language
Admission to the ITT program for those who have satisfied the pre-requisite coursework is for Fall semester only.
Core Courses: Must be taken in sequence.
Semester 1 - Fall
INT 3270 Interpreting Process and Skill Development
INT 3112 Translation from English and from ASL
ASL 3324 Advanced ASL Discourse
INT 3004 Fundamentals of Interpreting
Semester 2 - Spring
INT 3205 Interpreting 1
ASL 3514 American Deaf Culture (writing intensive exit)
INT 3481 Specialized Terminology – ASL
INT 3111 Language and Cognitive Skills in ASL
Semester 3 - Summer
INT 4206 Interpreting 2
Semester 4 - Fall
INT 4235 Advanced Receptive Voicing
INT 4947 Interpreting Practicum 2
SPA 3470 Culture & Diversity in CSD (capstone exit)
SPA 3002 Introduction to CSD
Semester 5 - Spring
INT 4190 Senior Seminar in Interpreter Training
INT 4208 Interpreting 3
INT 4211 Transliterating
SPA 4962 Undergraduate Comprehensive Exam
Must successfully pass the National Interpreter Certification (NIC) written examination before graduation. Students are required to complete 48 hours of upper level courses for graduation; additional coursework may be needed.