About this program
A program that prepares individuals to function as simultaneous interpreters of American Sign Language
interpret oral or sign language, or translate written text from one language into another.
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High job satisfaction
A program that focuses on American Sign Language as a visual and motor medium of communication and discourse for deaf individuals and deaf culture. Includes instruction in the development of ASL, ASL morphology and syntax, signing technique, English translation of ASL, formal and colloquial ASL, and ASL transcription.
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