Through the American Sign Language (ASL)/English Interpreting Minor, you will build a foundation in language, culture, and diversity. The combination of this background with the major of your choice will enhance your studies and put you on a career path of understanding prepare you to enter the profession of interpreting, which serves diverse populations and encompasses a wide range of subjects and settings. Our program is on-campus in Indianapolis and takes advantage of the internship and practicum experiences around the city. We do not offer an online degree.
The minor in ASL requires satisfactory completion of the following:
Students choose 15 credits from the following list (with the prerequisite of finishing the first and second year of ASL or having reached the same language proficiency level). Courses are all 3 credit hours.
Other courses may be acceptable with the consultation and approval of the director of the program.
To declare the minor in ASL/English Interpreting, complete the online declaration.
Contact Kathryn Lauten Interim Director of Program in ASL/English Interpreting.