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Minor - American Sign Lang Interpreting

Minor - American Sign Lang Interpreting


The ASL Interpreting minor is an undergraduate, in-person minor. The minor includes three 4-credit courses and a 3-credit practicum totaling 15 hours of undergraduate-level coursework. Courses are offered in fall/spring/summer semesters. The courses in the minor will prepare students to become qualified interpreters for the Deaf. Learners can complete the minor in 20-24 months.

Admissions Requirements:

The applicant will have completed ASL 111 and ASL 211 (12 hours of prerequisites) or have commensurate skills determined by a level II on the American Sign Language Proficiency Interview (ASLPI) given by course instructors.

Course Requirements

The ASL Interpreting minor consists of the following courses:

Other Academic Requirements

A minimum GPA of 3.0 is required for courses counted toward the minor. No course may be repeated more than once, and no more than two courses may be repeated and applied toward the minor. In instances of repeated courses, the second grade will be used to determine eligibility to graduate. The time limit for completing the ASL minor is two years.

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