In addition to a major and a minor, the Program for American Sign Language / English Interpreting offers a certificate. This certificate is designed for students, who have already completed any 4-year bachelor’s degree.
The Certificate can be earned in 6 semesters.
Second year proficiency in American Sign Language required (completion of ASL-A 212: Second Year ASL II at IUPUI).
- 36 hours of coursework from within the core major courses
- 2.7 cumulative GPA (Grade Point Average)
- 3.0 GPA in core interpreting courses
- ASL (American Sign Language) I250 Introduction to Interpreting (3 credits)
- ASL A219 History and Culture of the American Deaf Community (3 credits)
- ASL A221 Linguistics of ASL (3 credits)
- ENG Z205 Introduction to the English Language (3 credits)
- ASL I305 Text Analysis (3 credits)
- ASL L340 Interpreting Discourse: ASL to English (3 credits)
- ASL L342 Interpreting Discourse: English to ASL (3 credits)
- ASL I361 Theory & Process of Interpreting I (3 credits)
- ASL I363 Theory & Process of Interpreting II (3 credits)
- ASL I365 Theory & Process of Interpreting III (3 credits)
- ASL I405 Practicum (6 credits)
Contact Laura Smith, Interim Director of Program in ASL/English Interpreting.