Undergrad

ASL Interpreting & Deaf Studies B.A., (ASL Interpreting Concentration)

Overview

The ASL Interpreting and Deaf Studies B.A., with ASL Interpreting Concentration prepares students to become interpreters for d/Deaf individuals. ITT majors must complete 49 credit hours. Course content spans five categories of information and skills necessary for a career in interpreting: (1) Role of the interpreter in various settings; (2) Techniques and applications of interpreting; (3) Professional practices of the interpreter; (4) Application

Coursework

The course of study for the ASL Interpreting and Deaf Studies B.A., with ASL Interpreting Concentration assumes that the student has completed the language proficiency prerequisites in American Sign Language with a B- or better. Upon admission to the concentration, each student will be assigned an advisor for the purpose of academic planning.