ASL 400: American Sign Language Interpreting I
Communication Sciences & Disorders
Students will learn about the role of the sign language interpreter, the Code of Professional Conduct, standard practices, and employment trends. This course is designed to allow students to demonstrate ability to produce dynamic message equivalence from a source language to a target language as well as develop appropriate professional demeanor and practices. This course will continue to develop vocabulary, clarity, speed, and accuracy.
- Lecture: Lecture for ASL 400
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