American Sign Language
The American Sign Language program is taken part-time over a two-year period. Graduates will be prepared and/or meet prerequisites for an Interpreter program; have sign language skills to work and communicate with deaf and hard of hearing people; meet World Language requirements at the high school and college/university level; and, meet entrance requirements for undergraduate or graduate programs in ASL Studies.
Certificate (18 credits)
SPCH 1270 Introduction to Speech (3)
LASL 1205 American Sign Language 1 (3)
LASL 1265 American Sign Language 2 (3)
LASL 1270 American Sign Language 3 (3)
LASL 1275 American Sign Language 4 (3)
LASL 1210 Fingerspelling & Numbers (3)
For more specific information about this program's required courses, visit the Course Outlines page.
Cost of Program
To determine the cost of this program, visit the Tuition and Fees page.
Career and Employment Information
According the U.S. Department of Labor, employment of interpreters and translators is projected to grow faster than the average for all occupations through 2012, reflecting growth in the industries employing interpreters and translators.