ASL Interpreting Preparation Options

AAS Degree - ASL Interpreting - 60 credits 

Certificate - ASL Interpreting - 34 credits

The Associate of Applied Science degree in American Sign Language Interpreting is designed to prepare students for licensure as interpreters for the deaf. This program is also designed to prepare students to sit for national exams of certification. 

The Certificate in American Sign Language Interpreting is designed to prepare students for licensure as interpreters for the deaf. This program is also designed to prepare students to sit for national exams of certification. 

ASL Classes Available for Fall 2018

Career in ASL

  • ASL 101 - American Sign Language
  • ASL 200 - Introduction to the Deaf Community
  • ASL 203 - Comparative Analysis of ASL and English
  • (Prerequisites: ASL 101-202)
  • ITP 201 - Ethics and Social Justice of Interpreting
  • ITP 211 - Fundamentals of Interpreting I

Register Today for Fall 2018

Consider a career working with Deaf or Hard of Hearing people. 

  • Interpreter
  • Deaf Education
  • Speech Therapy
  • Social Work
  • Counseling
  • Audiology
  • Health Care

Degree related information

Students must demonstrate 4th semester proficiency in ASL. They must complete or be enrolled in ASL 203, ASL 110, and ITP 210 and declare intent to complete the program of study in order to apply for admission to the program. A questionnaire and preliminary assessment of sign language skills is required.

 

ASL Club

ASL Study Group

ASL Tutoring

ASL Club meets every Wednesday 11:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. in the Lone Tree Room 108

For more information on the ASL Club and other clubs, visit the Clubs and Organizations page

ASL Study Group meets every Monday and Wednesday, 8:30 a.m. - 9:30 a.m.  in the Lone Tree Room 108. 

ASL Tutoring is available Wednesday and Thursdays from 12:45 p.m. - 2:15 p.m. in the Student Development Area on the Lone Tree Campus. 

For more information visit the Advising page.

NOTE: The CCC Catalog will always have most current information about courses and programs available at Coconino Community College.

 

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