Interpreter Education

Program Description
This program is designed to prepare student for a career as a sign language interpreter for persons who are deaf or hard of hearing. This program emphasizes the acquisition of American Sign Language, the appreciation of deaf culture and the process of interpreting and transliterating. The courses are designed to prepare the student to take the interpreter certification tests and to work in entry-level positions as an interpreter in the public schools, colleges and universities, social service agencies and/or private practice.

University Transfer Degree
Associate in Arts

Glenna Cooper 
- Assistant Professor of Interpreter Education
Office NEC 2328

Don Hastings - Assistant Professor Interpreter Training
Office NE 2550

Sharon Limas - Associate Professor Interpreter Training
Office A126